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The CPS has today given seven days notice to all relevant parties, including the family of Jean Charles de Menezes, of its intention to give the decision in this case on 17 July 2006.
Lee Bowyer today admitted that he was guilty of a public order act offence over his conduct towards a team mate in an "off the ball" incident during a Newcastle United match.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced today it has advised Mr Rodney's family and their legal representative, the IPCC and the Metropolitan Police that there is insufficient evidence to disclose a realistic prospect of conviction against any officer for any offence in relation to the fatal shooting of Azelle Rodney in a London street last year.