Police have stopped me 25 times… just because I'm black: Stephen Lawrence's teacher brother launches damning race case against the Met Stephen's brother Stuart Lawrence, 35, left furious by harassment Final straw said to be when he was stopped in London in NovemberMother Doreen Lawrence OBE says 'racism has not gone away' /12/19/article-2250334-0ECB555F00000578-825_634x472.jpg” width=”634″ height=”472″ alt=”Tireless: Doreen Lawrence has written to politicians but says her letters have been ignored” class=”blkBorder” /> Tireless: Doreen Lawrence has written to politicians but says her letters have been ignored In 1999, the Met was accused of being 'institutionally racist' by the judicial inquiry into her son's murder six years earlier
The world's most expensive gifts: From the glass pool table to the 3,400 coffee beans, what the really rich will get this Christmas | UPDATED: 23:21 GMT, 20 December 2012 While most of us will be happy with a DVD, t-shirt or perhaps a nice new watch from our loved ones this year, the uber-rich will be expecting a little bit more as they unwrap their presents while sipping Kristal Champagne in front of the Queen's Speech. 'If in doubt, sprinkle it in diamonds' appears to be the rallying call of the upmarket manufacturers and boutiques catering to the whims of the international jet set this Christmas. From a 20,000 bejewelled USB stick (perfect for the billionaire tech genius in your life), to a solid gold pen that comes with an eye-watering 60,000 price tag, MailOnline takes a peek under the wrapping paper of the one per cent.
Embrace of a killer: Former IRA terrorist Martin McGuinness greets Hillary Clinton as she arrives in Ulster while loyalists riot in Belfast over restrictions on Union flag Two explosive devices, a car bomb and a letter bomb, foundDissident republicans thought to have been attempting bomb attack in DerryU.S.
Towie sister Sam and Billie Faiers plead with judge as their stepfather is sentenced to four years in prison for 1.1m bullion heistDavid Chatwood, stepfather to the TV stars, was said to be the ringleader in the plot They begged for leniency for the 58-year-old saying he 'was helpful in their shop' He has served seven-and-a-half months on remand and could be released by April 2014 | UPDATED: 18:30 GMT, 7 December 2012 TOWIE stars Sam and Billie Faiers wrote to an Old Bailey judge pleading for leniency for their stepfather, jailed for four years today for his part in a 1.1 million bullion robbery. The pair said that David Chatwood was 'helpful in their shop' in a letter to the judge ahead of sentencing. The reality TV stars along with Sam's boyfriend Joey Essex sat in the public gallery and waved to Chatwood, 58, as he was led from the dock at the Old Bailey today.