The former Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Brian Paddick, has told Daybreak that police are still appealing for information on the death of Stephen Lawrence, twenty years on from his death.
He said: "As time passes people will be less reluctant to keep silent, maybe their conscience will get to them and they will come forward."
Former Met deputy assistant commissioner, Brian Paddick, has told Daybreak that "having an elected Police and Crime Commissioner, who will represent the public, is a great idea in principle".
However he admitted that the Government haven't made it easy for the electorate to understand what each candidate stands for.
The former Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick has told Daybreak that many police officers 'simply do not want to carry firearms'.
"The more people hear Ken and Boris, the less they like it," Liberal Democrat candidate for London mayor Brian Paddick says.
He insisted that the London mayoral election is "not a referendum on the national position."