See the post by Graeme Archer at the Conservative Home site -
Archer (who I don't know) brilliantly articulates valid concerns about how the police dealt with the aftermath of the execution. It is heartening to see this from a Tory, meaning that (at last) the knee-jerk deference that the Right give to the police is losing impact.
Perhaps an incoming Conservative government will take Police Reform seriously.
In the meantime, we should leave such defence of the indefensible to the pitiful Ken Livingstone.