Two policemen had relationships with women while living under false identities to infiltrate political groups
Probe into Met's undercover squad set to 'severely criticise force for lack of regard to the rules'
Former Met detective believes his 1998 inquiry into abuse was 'all too uncomfortable to a lot of people'
Former officer Clive Driscoll says some senior officers never wanted a successful prosecution
Staff were ordered to delete details of discrimination against black female firearms officer
Home Affairs Committee wants the new National Crime Agency to take over terror command
One report of rape not recorded due to 'workload pressure', while poor supervision also blamed
Home Secretary launches inquiry into undercover policing following 'profoundly shocking' report
It’s not just undercover culture that needs investigating – but the sheer size of the overblown Met
PC Keith Wallis admits misconduct in public office after lying to local MP about Andrew Mitchell row