The Met’s failure to suspend officer despite advice from IPCC comes at time of growing concern over deaths after contact with police

The Independent Police Complaints Commission has formally recommended to Scotland Yard that the officer who restrained Rashan Charles, whose death sparked protests in east London, should be suspended, the Observer has learned.

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