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Image caption About 1,400 homicides have been investigated by the Met in London since 2008. A senior detective has spoken about challenges in "dismantling a snitching culture" over murders in London. Det Ch Insp Noel McHugh was speaking after official figures revealed the Met had solved nearly 90% of all homicide investigations in the past decade. However, he insisted the small percentage of unsolved murder cases was "absolutely heartbreaking". Families left without justice have expressed their anger at people who withheld "vital information". Commissioner Cressida Dick has previously said detectives were operating in a "very challenging" environment and were met with a "wall of silence" in some cases . Full story

21 June