Stars including Rita Ora, Beverley Knight and Jessie J have played a tribute concert marking 20 years since Stephen Lawrence's death.
Despite calls from Doreen Lawrence, Theresa May is insisting there is no need for a public inquiry at this stage.
A former police chief who was implicated in the Hillsborough cover-up has been linked to a campaign to smear the Stephen Lawrence family.
Speaking to MPs on the Home Affairs Select Committee, Doreen Lawrence said she had no confidence in the police and added it was not right for "police officers to investigate each other".
– Doreen Lawrence
I have no confidence whatsoever.
Over the years, I was beginning to have a level of trust, we had the investigation and the court case... I was beginning to have some confidence. Now I just don't know what to believe anymore."
You can't have police officers investigating each other. It's proven that's not the right way to do things.
The mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence says family liaison officers asked her for details about who was visiting her home, instead of giving her information about how the investigation was going. Doreen Lawrence is appearing before MPs after claims that police tried to smear her family.
A police force asked to look into whether its officers spied on anti-racism campaigners in the wake of Stephen Lawrence's murder has said it has found no evidence of such actions.
Last week, West Midlands Police was asked by the Home Office to look into its records relating to the national Macpherson Inquiry as part of its work to investigate the Metropolitan Police's original investigation the teenager's murder.
The Midlands force said it had "found no evidence or intelligence to suggest that West Midlands Police ordered or carried out intelligence or surveillance activity on those connected to or involved in the Macpherson Inquiry".
The investigations were sparked after a former undercover officer with the Metropolitan Police, Peter Francis, claimed that attempts were made to find information to smear the Lawrence family following Stephen's murder in Eltham, London, in April 1993.
The mother of Stephen Lawrence has called for a public inquiry into allegations that police tried to smear her family whilst investigating the racially motivated murder of her son.
Doreen Lawrence said the revelations made her feel "sick to the stomach."
Doreen Lawrence will address MPs from the Home Affairs committee today following allegations police officers hunted for information to smear her family during their botched investigations into the racist murder of her son. Currently, two existing inquiries are to examine the claims:
- A police investigation into the activities of undercover officers
- A police investigation into allegations of corruption in the original investigation into Stephen's death, lead by Mark Ellison QC, also appearing today
The mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence will appear in front of MPs today amid claims police tried to smear her family.
Doreen Lawrence will sit before the Home Affairs Select Committee with her lawyer, Imran Khan.
Doreen Lawrence, the mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, is to appear before the Home Affairs Select Committee on Wednesday in the wake of claims that police tried to smear her family, a spokesman for the Committee said.
The friend of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, whose meetings with lawyers and police were allegedly bugged, will meet the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg this morning to discuss the claims.
Duwayne Brooks will meet Mr Clegg at his Whitehall office after claims that the gatherings were secretly recorded.
It has been alleged that he and his lawyers were invited to meetings with police in 1999 or 2000, and that officers were given authorisation to use bugs.
Duwayne Brooks, who was with Stephen Lawrence on the night he was murdered by racists, will meet Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg tomorrow to discuss ongoing allegations of police misconduct, his solicitor said today.