From the Guardian:
“The family of Daniel Morgan have called for a judicial inquiry after the collapse of the case against three men accused over his murder.
The family of a man found murdered 24 years ago with an axe embedded in his head has damned the entire criminal justice system as "not fit for purpose" after Scotland Yard admitted the killers had been shielded by police corruption.
It followed the collapse of the trial of three men accused of the murder of Daniel Morgan in 1987. The prosecution decided not to offer any evidence because it could not guarantee that the police could meet rules protecting the defendants' right to a fair trial.
Charges against two other men had been dropped earlier. Scotland Yard's hunt for Morgan's killers had to overcome the fact that the original murder inquiry had been hampered by police corruption.
One of those acquitted earlier in the current case was a former detective, Sid Fillery, who had been charged with perverting the course of justice. After the murder he replaced Morgan at Southern Investigations, the private detective firm Morgan ran with Jonathan Rees, who was accused of the murder and acquitted after the crown's case collapsed.”
The Portuguese, according to the British Tabloid Press seem to have the nasty habit of “sardine-munching”.
This “munching” bit still requires to be clarified, as Brits have been seen, in various locations in Portugal, with the exact same type of “mandibular” MO as the locals when eating the referred fish, aggravated with the fact that many have also been seen coming back for seconds…
The English, seem, as per above article, to have acquired the taste for another kind of “habit”… You tell me which is the most disgusting.