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Met backs law change call over police death cases

29 March 2012 Last updated at 19:11 BST

The Metropolitan Police has supported calls for changes to the law to allow more details to be revealed in cases where the police have shot people.

It has emerged there may not be an inquest into the death of Mark Duggan, who was shot by police last August.

His death in Tottenham, north London, sparked days of rioting.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission said legislation relating to intercept evidence has been an "obstacle".

The BBC's Home Affairs Correspondent June Kelly reports.

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