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CPS Advises Police In
Grosvenor House Hotel
Rape Allegations Case


The Crown Prosecution Service has advised the Metropolitan Police that there is insufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction against any of the four men who were arrested following allegations of rape at the Grosvenor House Hotel on 27 September 2003.

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Racist & Religious Crime - Together We Will Crack It

The five North West Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) Areas in Cheshire, Manchester, Lancashire, Cumbria and Merseyside, have got together to launch a new policy statement which explains the way that we, the CPS, deal with cases of racist and religious crime. We would like to hear your opinions on the effect the new policy will have in your community.

Robust Response to Racist and Religious Crime

The Crown Prosecution Service has published its Policy on Racist and Religious Crime today, the 14th July 2003.