Two new members have been appointed to an independent panel reviewing the investigation into the murder of Cwmbran private investigator Daniel Morgan.
Mr Morgan was found dead in the car park of a London pub in 1987. In 2013, the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel was established to look at how police corruption affected the investigation into his death.
Professor Rodney Morgan, a professor of criminal justice at the University of Bristol and Northern Ireland Policing Board chief executive Samuel Pollock OBE have now joined the panel, which is chaired by Baroness O'Loan.
Serious allegations of police corruption have surrounded the investigations into the murder of Daniel Morgan. I have been clear that the Independent Panel should leave no stone unturned in its pursuit of the truth.
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