Stuart Lawrence: Police have stopped me 25 times… just because I"m black says brother of Steven

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

"Great journalism": How Leveson praised our Lawrence campaign

'Great journalism': How Leveson praised our Lawrence campaign | UPDATED: 00:16 GMT, 30 November 2012 Murdered: The Mail's campaign to bring the killers of Stephen Lawrence to justice was singled out for praise The Daily Mail’s campaign to bring the killers of Stephen Lawrence to justice was singled out in the Leveson report as an example of ‘great journalism’ in the British Press. Under the headline ‘Murderers’, in 1997 the newspaper devoted the front page to an article naming the five men accused of killing the 18 year old student A-level student

Canadian boss for Bank of England: City stunned as Osborne snubs tainted British candidates to hire first ever foreign governor

Canadian boss for Bank of England: City stunned as Osborne snubs tainted British candidates to hire first ever foreign governor Governor of the Bank of Canada to cross the Atlantic to take charge at Threadneedle Street next yearChancellor George Osborne makes surprise announcement in a statement to the Commons Accepting the job, the 47-year-old says he is 'honoured' to take over at a 'critical time' for the British economyTotal pay and perks package expected to be 624,000-a-year | UPDATED: 23:38 GMT, 26 November 2012 George Osborne yesterday named a Canadian as the next governor of the Bank of England – the first overseas appointment to Britain’s most prestigious financial post. In a move which stunned City observers, Mark Carney, who runs the Bank of Canada and once worked for Goldman Sachs, will take over from Sir Mervyn King at the end of next June.