Madeleine: The Last Hope?
Five years ago next week, Madeleine McCann disappeared from a family holiday apartment in the Algarve, Portugal. Why has the little girl, aged three when she went missing, never been found? Madeleine's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, are adamant that their daughter was abducted. Frustrated by Portuguese police and public opinion that viewed them with suspicion, Madeleine's parents persuaded prime minister David Cameron to order a review of the case. Is this new investigation, by a top unit of the Metropolitan Police, the last chance of discovering what happened? For the first time, the senior UK investigator tells Panorama how he is working collaboratively with Portuguese police and explains why he believes he has the best opportunity yet to help solve the mystery of Madeleine McCann.
Madeleine McCann: UK police 'seek to bring closure'
The detective leading the UK review of Madeleine McCann's disappearance tells Panorama they have the "best opportunity" yet to find the missing girl. Det Ch Insp Andy Redwood said his team were "seeking to bring closure to the case". Read the full story here.