Daniel Morgan murder inquiry

The Home Secretary has announced an independent judge-led inquiry into the murder of Daniel Morgan. The private investigator was found with an axe in his head in a London pub car park in 1987.

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New inquiry into private investigator's murder

A new inquiry into the murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan has been announced by the Home Office.

The Daniel Morgan Independent Panel will be chaired by Sir Stanley Burnton, a retired Lord Justice of the Court of Appeal.

Mr Morgan was found with an axe in his head in south London pub car park in 1987.

Its remit will be to shine a light on the circumstances of Mr Morgan’s murder, its background and the handling of the case over the period since 1987.

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