Stephen Lawrence racist murder sparked “monumental change”, says Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron has said that the senseless killing of Stephen Lawrence had sparked “monumental change in our society”.

Stephen, 18, was murdered in a racist attack at a South London bus stop on 22nd April 1993.

Speaking ahead of the recent memorial service, Mr Cameron also paid tribute to the Lawrence family for their tireless efforts in campaigning for justice.

“The senseless killing of Stephen Lawrence in 1993 was a tragedy. It was also a moment that sparked monumental change in our society – change that has been brought about by the tireless efforts of Stephen’s family in challenging the police, Government and society to examine themselves and ask difficult questions,” Mr Cameron said. “I believe that many of those questions have been answered: from improved community relations to more accountability in policing. Much has been achieved, but we know that more still needs to be done. We owe this to the memory of Stephen.”

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