22 June 2012 Last updated at 13:06
Retained Met Police photos of suspects breached human rights
"A police decision to retain photographs of two suspects who were never charged has been declared a breach of human rights in a landmark High Court ruling.
Two judges ruled as "unlawful" the Metropolitan Police policy on custody photographs.
The policy is based on the home secretary's code of practice on the management of police information and related guidance."
Friday 22 June 2012 14.30 BST
Police may have to destroy photos of innocent people after court ruling
Home Office studies photos ruling