Women deceived by undercover officers request urgent meeting with home secretary over public inquiry

Women who were deceived into sexual relationships with undercover police officers have called for an urgent meeting with the home secretary over fears the official public inquiry lacks openness and fails to recognise claims of institutional sexism within the Metropolitan police.

In an open letter to Amber Rudd, 13 women who had relationships with men they did not know were undercover officers, criticise delays and raise concerns over the suitability of the new chair of the undercover policing inquiry , Sir John Mitting QC.

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