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Under Fire London Met Chief Admits 'We Are Not Afraid To Learn How We Can Do These Things Better'
>As He Launches a Judge-Led Inquiry Into How His Police Force Investigated VIP Child Sex Abuse Claims

  • Former UK High Court judge Sir Richard Henriques will review case handling
  • Probe follows calls for apologies to Lord Bramall and family of Lord Brittan
  • Both were investigated by the Met following allegations but later cleared
Daily Mail UK, 10 February 2016





Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe announced a judge-led inquiry today


The Metropolitan Police has launched a judge-led inquiry into how it handled allegations of historic sex abuse against public figures.

The new probe comes after the force was heavily criticised for probes into Lord Bramall and the late Lord Brittan.

Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has been under growing pressure to make formal apologies in connection to both investigations, neither of which resulted in charges.

Field Marshall Lord Bramall was cleared last month but Lord Brittan, the former home secretary, remained under suspicion when he died last year. The Met confirmed later he would of had no case to answer.

Sir Bernard today announced he had appointed former High Court judge Sir Richard Henriques to look into how cases were handled - with the specific investigations under review to be agreed but it will include the controversial Operation Midland.

Sir Bernard said: 'We are not afraid to learn how we can do these things better, and that's why I've announced today's review in to how we have conducted investigations in to non-recent sexual allegations involving public figures.

'I am pleased that Sir Richard brings an independent legal mind to advise us whether we can provide a better balance between our duty to investigate and the interests of suspects, complainants and victims.'

The new investigation is separate from the overarching independent inquiry into historic child sex abuse allegations being run by New Zealand judge Lowell Goddard

Sir Bernard added: 'The review will focus on police procedures and will not reach judgments on the evidence.
'That is for the Public Inquiry to do, should they wish to examine any of the investigations covered by Sir Richard. A full copy of the review will be given to the Public Inquiry.'

Sir Bernard is due to deliver the Brian Redhead Lecture tonight in Manchester and is expected to speak further on the issues raised by the inquiry.

Sir Richard, who retired from the High Court bench in 2013, handled a series of prominent cases during his time as a judge - including the James Bulger trial.

He also presided over eight major terror trials, including of eight people who plotted to bring down airliners over the Atlantic in 2006.

Sources close to Sir Bernard said this week he was likely to apologise after Operation Midland, the Met's disastrous inquiry into claims of a VIP child sex ring, was formally wound up.


Yard chiefs are preparing to close the investigation, one of the most controversial inquiries in recent Met history. A statement is expected later this month.

This week it was reported ministers have 'made plain' to Sir Bernard that it was his responsibility to 'clear up the mess' created by the investigation, which was widely criticised after detectives made a string of embarrassing gaffes.





The Metropolitan Police announced last month it had dropped the investigation into Lord Bramall, pictured






Lord Brittan, pictured in 2014, died before the Metropolitan Police concluded the investigation into claims made against him and found he had no case to answer


Sources said Sir Bernard needed to make a public climbdown to have any chance of securing an extension to his contract, which ends in September, although a leading police figure told the Mail that he 'had been holed below the waterline' and will 'never recover' from the fiasco.

Speculation has mounted the apology could come on February 23, the date on which Sir Bernard has been invited to appear before the home affairs select committee.

Lord Bramall, 92, the former head of the Armed Forces, said on Monday he had yet to be told whether he will receive a formal apology from Sir Bernard.
He said he had not heard from the Met since it 'grudgingly' notified him last month that he would not face any charges after a ten-month probe into abuse and torture allegations made by a suspected serial fantasist known only as 'Nick'.

Lord Bramall, whose home was raided by 22 officers in the presence of his dying wife before he was interviewed under caution, said he had some sympathy for Sir Bernard, calling him a 'poor chap'.

Dorset Police's Deputy Chief Constable James Vaughan reviewed the Lord Brittan investigation and found it 'thorough and far reaching'.
And he told the BBC on Monday: 'I've supplied a confidential report to the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police.













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