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Neville Lawrence, father of Stephen Lawrence, speaks outside the Home Office in London, Thursday March 6, 2014, after meeting Home Secretary Theresa May. British officials on Thursday ordered an official inquiry into how undercover officers handled the 1993 stabbing of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, a racist murder that shocked the country and shook its faith in the police. The judge-led investigation, announced by Home Secretary Theresa May, follows the official confirmation by prominent lawyer Mark Ellison that an undercover officer had been dispatched to monitor Lawrence’s family, effectively acting as a police spy in the parents’ camp as they fought to expose official indifference to their son’s murder. (AP Photo/PA, Philip Toscano) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE

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"Our proposals are sensible and limited," Home Office Secretary Theresa May wrote in the Sun, a mass-market daily. "They will give the police and some other agencies access to data about online communications to tackle crime, exactly as they do now with mobile phone calls and texts. Unless you are a criminal, then you've nothing to worry about from this new law." (Associated Press)