UFFC discuss custody deaths on BBC radio show

Tippa Naphtali - Trafalgar SquareTippa Naphtali of the United Families & Friends Campaign spoke on behalf of families all over the country when he was invited onto the Joe Aldred Show.

You can listen to the show again (or if you missed it live) for a limited period. Click here to listen to the programme   (Forward to 1.hr 11.min 24secs).

Tippa is also the founder of 4WardEver UK and a cousin of Mikey Powell who was killed in the custody of West Midlands police in September 2003.

The United Families & Friends Campaign (UFFC) is a coalition of families and friends of those that have died in the custody of police and prison officers as well as those who died in psychiatric and immigration detention. It also has members and supporters from campaign groups and advocacy organisations from across the UK.

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