24 June 2013 Last updated at 12:08
Lawrence police smear claims: Cameron demands investigation
"Peter Francis, who says he says he posed as an anti-racism campaigner, served in the Met's now-disbanded Special Demonstration Squad.
Undercover officer Peter Francis says he was instructed to find information that could discredit the Lawrence family and anti-racism campaigners.
Scotland Yard has refused to confirm or deny the claims made in the Guardian.
Home Secretary Theresa May is expected to set out details of an inquiry into the allegations in the Commons later."
Who'd try to smear Stephen Lawrence's family? A Met that's out of control
PM wants Lawrence smear plot probe
David Cameron orders police to investigate allegations they spied on Stephen Lawrence family
Lawrence lawyer: Police inquiry 'needed'
This betrayal of my family: Fury of Stephen's father over revelation that police spies ran secret campaign to 'dig up dirt' on the Lawrences
'No attempt to smear Lawrence family' - video
Shame of the 4,000 ‘bent coppers’ as police crime soars [just the ones caught]
As our cops are shamed by cover-ups and corruption, we ask: can we ever trust them?
How The Police And Politicians Can Regain The Public Trust [every contact with the public recorded on helmet CCTV would be a good start]
Monday, 1 July 2013 7:56 AM
Policing 'Hippocratic Oath' will fix bent coppers, MPs hope
"Police need to be as trusted by the public as doctors, MPs have said, in a report calling for a major shake-up of standards.
The Commons' home affairs committee wants the introduction of a new code of ethics and integrity comparable to the Hippocratic Oath taken by doctors at the start of their career.
Its report, published today, called for unified policing standards, a register of interests for chief constables and a scale of fines established by the College of Policing in cases of grave misconduct."
I was weak and cruel, admits ex-undercover police boss
Doreen Lawrence says 'no confidence' in police