Lynette White case: Police officers' trial collapses
Britain's biggest-ever trial of former police officers collapsed after it was ruled they could not get a fair hearing.
Eight former South Wales Police officers had denied perverting the course of justice, after the wrongful conviction of three men for the murder of Lynette White in Cardiff in 1988.
The cost of the investigations and trials that span almost a quarter of a century is thought to run into tens of millions.
Kate Scott Williams reports