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29 February 2024

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St Hugh’s Principal, Lady Elish Angiolini LT DBE PC KC FRSE, presents findings of Inquiry

On Thursday 29 February, the Home Secretary laid before Parliament the first report of the Angiolini Inquiry into the abduction, rape and murder of Sarah Everard. As a non-statutory inquiry, the Home Secretary is responsible for publishing the report. The Inquiry is, however, independent and Lady Elish Angiolini’s report is the result of just over two years’ work.

Lady Elish presented the Inquiry findings at a press conference which is available to watch on here. The Inquiry report is published on The Angiolini Inquiry website.

Former Home Secretary, Priti Patel, appointed Lady Elish to chair an inquiry following the shocking abduction, rape and murder of Sarah Everard by a serving Metropolitan Police officer.

This is the first of a three-part inquiry which investigates the issues arising from this specific case, as well as wider issues affecting policing.


The content of the Angiolini Inquiry Report includes explicit details which some might find offensive and upsetting. The intention is not to offend but to provide information. Please only proceed in reading the report if you are comfortable with potentially sensitive topics.

If anyone in the St Hugh’s community is affected by reading the Inquiry report, our Welfare team are there to help.

Photo Credit: Ian Wallman

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