Files at tribunal reveal how Met closely spied on environmental activist deceived by Mark Kennedy

British police secretly monitored and recorded the personal activities of an environmental activist while she was being deceived into a two-year intimate relationship by an undercover officer, a tribunal has heard.

The files on the covert surveillance show how the activist, Kate Wilson, and the police spy, Mark Kennedy, frequently stayed together, visited her parents’ house, and went on holiday. They chronicle trips the couple made to the cinema, a museum and concert, as well as an “old time’s sake” visit to the college where she had studied.

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