The family of a Welsh private investigator whose murder has never been solved has welcomed the decision to launch an independent inquiry.
Daniel Morgan, from Cwmbran, was found killed in the carpark of a London pub in 1987. A number of investigations have failed to find who was
Home Secretary Theresa May today said a retired judge would lead a panel to look at any police involvment in the murder and the possible role played by corruption in protecting those who killed him.
Carl Edwards reports.
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