Commissioner says she acted with ‘integrity’ as Met Police accused of ‘incompetence and corrupt acts’

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick says she acted with “integrity” despite accusations that “incompetence and corrupt acts” hampered investigations into the murder of Daniel Morgan. Mr Morgan, a private detective, was found with an axe embedded in his head in the car park of the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham on March 10 1987.

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Croydon NHS services urge patients to wear masks despite Covid rules being lifted for ‘freedom day’

Croydon NHS services will continue to require patients to wear masks despite Covid restrictions being lifted today. Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, along with NHS trusts nationwide, will continue to require patients, visitors and staff to wear a face masks, wash hands and follow social distancing rules in healthcare settings.

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Charity support team vows to do ‘whatever it takes’ to be there for cancer patients as Covid cases rise

A cancer support team has vowed to do “whatever it takes” to be there for cancer patients, their carers and loved ones, as rising Covid-19 cases hit hospitals. The Macmillan Centre at St George’s Hospital in Tooting is determined to continue supporting people with cancer, despite the many challenges posed by the pandemic. The Macmillan centre closed its doors on March 23 last year.

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