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The long-running police operation to infiltrate political groups continued to unravel this week, after the Director of Public Prosecutions disclosed that a second group of environmental campaigners may have wrongly convicted.

On Tuesday Keir Starmer, the DPP, announced that a senior prosecutor may have withheld vital evidence about police spy Mark Kennedy from another trial of activists.

As we reported here, Starmer has invited the 29 activists convicted in 2009 over a protest at the Drax power station to challenge their convictions at the court of appeal.

How many wrongly convicted over secret work of police spies | Rob Evans | UK news | guardian.co.uk
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