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By Kathy marks The first part of the inquiry, a scrutiny of the aftermath of Britain’s most notorious race murder will end on Monday in Elephant and Castle, south London.
The second part, to begin this autumn, will exam- ine the lessons to be learnt for the investigation and prosecu- tion of racily-motivated crime.
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“This is our policy and it wifl not change." He was speaking to the three -yearly retreat held by the Murdoch businesses at Sun Valley, an American ski resort in the for north-west, a venue that Mr Blair used three years ago to woo Mr Murdoch and convert him to Labour before the 1997 election.
But where Mr Blair was at pains to underline the points which he held in com- mon with Mr Murdoch, Mr .
Brown chose the occasion to re- assert one of the key points of difference between Downing Street and both Mr Murdoch and his newspapers.
Sir William and his advisers are said to be horrified by the complacency of high-ranking of- ficers.It will also express dismay at the level of police incompetence.The conclusion that racism tainted and undermined the murder investigation will send shockwaves through the force.The White Paper will also see the creation of a Commis- Britain hails its own teenage FORGET TIGER Woods, Britain has its ovro golfing pfaenaanenon.Justin Rose, a 1 7-year-old from Hampshire who coild not colled; the £300,000 first prize were he to win the Open Championship tomorrow, upstaged the world No 1 with one of the best rounds ever by an amateur in the world’s oldest tournament Rose, who scored a four- INSIDE FULL CONTENTS PAGE 2 TODAY’S* TV PULL-OUT BY ANDREW FARRELL at Royal Birkdale undd*-par66t G equal the record score for an amateur previous- ly matched by Vfoods himself two years ago, coped with the high winds at Royal Birkdale better His two-under-par total after 36 holes left the South African- born player one shot behind the little-known leader Brian Watts, of America, but seven strokes ahead of Britain's finest ever golfer, and three-time Open champion, Nick Fbldo.
Mr Osland com- missioned a now discredited in- ternal review of the investigation.