Doreen Lawrence demands a public inquiry

Doreen Lawrence is pictured by Flyer News as she exits the Home Office shortly after meeting with Home Secretary Theresa May.

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Stephen Lawrence’s lasting legacy

The Service, held at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square, saw Doreen Lawrence, family and friends come together to remember Stephen’s life and the efforts to achieve justice over the past 20 years.  They were supported by Prime Minister David Cameron, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Leader of the Opposition Ed Miliband, Home Secretary Theresa [...]

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TV talent June Sarpong links London

The WIE (Women Inspiration & Enterprise) hosted by TV presenter / producer June Sarpong was held in London recently.  The event which coincided with International Women’s Day on the 8th March attracted a number of key speakers and influential women.

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Racists convicted of killing Stephen Lawrence

It was a momentous moment as the racist killers of Black teenager Stephen Lawrence were today found guilty of his murder at the old Bailey in London. Racist thugs Gary Dobson, 36 and David Norris, 35 were led down to the cells at the Old Bailey following the guilty verdict delivered by the eight men and four women jury. [...]

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Neville and Doreen seek justice for Stephen

Arriving at the old Bailey today, Neville and Doreen Lawrence acknowledged the media presence as they entered the Old Bailey in the city of London. The couple who’ve worked tirelessly for eighteen years to keep the case in the public domain moved  a step closer in seeking justice for their beloved son Stephen.

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