New inquiry urged into campaigner Hilda Murrell's murder

One of Britain's top barristers has called for an independent inquiry into the death of an anti-nuclear campaigner Hilda Murrell 28 years ago.

She was about to deliver a paper at the enquiry into plans for Suffolk's second nuclear power station when she was kidnapped from her Shropshire home and murdered.

A new book by Miss Murrell's nephew has re-ignited the debate over her death.

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