THE Met was today told to overhaul the controversial kettling tactic used in the G20 protests in April, in a report by the police watchdog. Chief Inspector of Constabulary Denis OConnor said the Met should abandon the blanket containment policy used during the demonstrations and instead adopt a more flexible and less confrontational approach. His conclusions come in a 100-page report on the future of public order policing. The report said: Policing should be designed to win the consent of the public. Public authorities are required to show a degree of tolerance towards peaceful gatherings. Mr OConnor suggests the kettling contributed to the problems because the police failed to distinguish between those who wanted to make a legitimate protest and a hardcore minority of troublemakers. 6 Tuesday, 7 July 2009 London Lite Home away ONE WEEKEND, TWO PLACES, YOUR CHOICE & Why: Its tiki time in the city of Dreaming Spires. 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Singles from 85 ( Where to eat: Try classic Swedish dishes such as meatballs with lingonberries (15.20) at Den Gyldene Freden (, a stunning 18th-century tavern. What to do: The Moderna Museet ( on the central Skeppsholmen island houses Swedens largest collection of modern and contemporary art. More information: english KELLY ARMSTRONG Cool Stockholm Jokebox......... Health and safety, Mr Wigmore MONUMENTUNVEILEDONANNIVERSARY OF TERROR ATTACKS Sad tributes of families atmemorial for 7/7 dead Met must review policing of demos policethebyreportain shouldMetthesaid Publicpublic.theof authorities requiredare ashowto ofdegree tolerance towards Mrgatherings.peaceful Do you tweet? Follow us at : LondonLiteNews New lines Essentials package: subject to status, acceptance & availability in your area. Payment by Direct Debit only. You must take line rental. 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Saba Mozakka, 28, one of six relatives on the board which helped create the monument, said: We think it is truly incred- ible and reflects the importance of the people commemorated. Her mother, Behnaz, 47, a bio- medical officer, was killed on the Piccadilly line Tube while com- muting to work. Ms Mozakka added: I think and hope people will feel passionately about the memorial when we open it. Mr Johnson said: This memo- rial echoes the steely determina- tion shown by Londoners in the days following the bombings. We have done much to make London safer, but today reminds us that Londons strength ultimately lies with its people. Todays ceremony came as the most far-ranging parliamentary inquiry into the 2005 bombings and other terrorist incidents in Britain was launched. MPs said the Tube remains extremely vulnerable to attack. MI5 and MI6 chiefs, as well as terrorism experts, will be asked to give evidence to the Commons home affairs committee. The inquiry will re-examine what should have been done and the Governments response to the attacks. It will also re-open ques- tions over a report by the intel- ligence and security committee, which cleared MI5 and the police of blame despite evidence reveal- ing their knowledge of some of the bombers. RELATIVES of the 52 victims of the 7/7 Tube bombings today paid special trib- ute to their lost loved ones with the unveiling of a memorial in Hyde Park. The families were joined at the emo- tional ceremony on the fourth anniver- sary of the attacks by the Prince of Wales who unveiled the monument, and guests including Gordon Brown and Mayor Boris Johnson, as the nation remembered those killed and injured in the atrocities. The 1m monument is made of 52 unique stainless steel columns, grouped in four clusters to reflect the locations BY MARK BLUNDEN Emotional: Charlotte Harris, 19, whose friend was killed at Edgware Road index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html