Met Commissioner on review of rape cases
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Met Police 'undoubtedly made errors' in dropped rape case

The Met "undoubtedly" made errors in a rape case which was dropped because of the late disclosure of evidence, the Met Police Commissioner has said.

Cressida Dick spoke out after a review was launched into the case of student Liam Allan, whose trial collapsed last week.

She told Eddie Nestor on BBC Radio London: "There have been some errors in the police, undoubtedly."

  • 20 Dec 2017
  • From the section London