Manchester police killing

Manchester police killing

Murdered officer's family visits scene

ON AN empty suburban street, the relatives of the murdered policeman Stephen Oake yesterday gathered outside the flats where he was stabbed to death in an anti-terrorist raid.

Call for inquiry into terror raid officer's death

CALLS were made yesterday for a full inquiry into a police raid in Manchester that led to the death of a detective.

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'I have lost a good friend and a wonderful son'

THE detective stabbed to death by a terrorist suspect in Manchester was last night described by relatives and colleagues as a model professional who was devoted to his family.

In the line of duty: 55 officers killed since 1980

MORE than 50 police officers have been killed since 1980 as they battled against increasing violence on Britain’s streets.

Why were the suspects not handcuffed?

THE inquiry into how Stephen Oake, an unarmed officer, was stabbed to death and four others injured by a terror suspect in Tuesday’s raid will focus on whether there was a breach of police procedure and whether guidelines were followed.

Disbelief in multi-faith community

FORENSIC officers dressed in face masks and green boiler suits stood guard outside the Victorian house where Detective Constable Stephen Oake was stabbed to death on Tuesday night as they continued their search for evidence of bioterrorism.

Knife attack signals a growing threat

THE threat to Britain from terrorism was made clear last night as police officers in Manchester came to terms with the murder of a colleague in a counter-terrorism raid that went tragically wrong.

Policeman stabbed as he tried to save officer

THE special branch detective killed during an anti-terrorism raid had been trying to save a colleague after one of the suspects broke free and grabbed a knife, police revealed today.

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