09.01.2012 [ChronicleLive] - IN respect to the StephenLawrence trial, two concerns arise. Firstly, it was sloppy police work at the time which failed to investigate the incident, with police officers failing to collate sufficient evidence which could be used to sanction persons
09.01.2012 [The Independent] - Woodward also played a policeman in Kent's best-known verbatim play, The Colour of Justice – perhaps better known as the StephenLawrence play. Though it opened at the Tricycle in 1999, Woodward still has vivid memories of performing in front of a
09.01.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - It's a government sham • Peter Preston: StephenLawrence and the melting pot of south London All today's SocietyGuardian stories • Barbara Ellen: David Cameron, shame on you, for this 'brave' attack on nurses • Public sector pensions dispute at
08.01.2012 [The Guardian] - The StephenLawrence trial aftermath, to be sure. But "south London"? Why not Eltham, or Lewisham at a push? No, here was the home editor out in studiously unspecified territory that looked like Peckham High Street with an occasional hint of Brixton.
05.01.2012 [LBC 97.3 (blog)] - This week has really seen LBC 97.3 do what it does best with our coverage of the StephenLawrence trial and the sentencing of Dobson and Norris. We became the on-air forum for your reaction to the verdicts and naturally the conversation very quickly
09.01.2012 [London Review of Books (subscription) (blog)] - On Saturday, the Guardian published a short poem called 'StephenLawrence' by the poet laureate, and recent Costa Prize-winner, Carol Ann Duffy. It was embarrassingly bad, I thought. But to judge by the response on Twitter, I was in a minority.