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An undercover policeman's son is suing the Metropolitan Police over claims he suffered depression after discovering his father was not a political activist.The 32-year-old man has won the latest round of a High Court compensation battle with the force, after launching legal action against commissioner Cressida Dick.Paul Currer, prosecuting, said the undercover police officer first logged onto Badoo under the name of Needay on January 27 last year.He said: ‘At 1.48pm, the officer received a private message that simply said ‘Hey’.Newcastle Crown Court heard Hussein, who is an asylum seeker living in Newcastle’s West End after moving from Iraq in 2014, chatted to the ‘girl’ for seven days.During the week-long period he asked to meet up and for her to send him pictures of herself.Locking him up, Judge Robert Adams said: ‘I cannot suspended it [the sentence].The profile made it clear from the outset the child was 14. You had the assistance of somebody translating for you and, worryingly, you have no insight or empathy with the person who could have been the victim.’ Hussein was also ordered to sign the Sex Offenders’ Register for 10 years and was made subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for a decade.

He denied any wrongdoing in interview and initially pleaded not guilty to attempting to meet a girl following grooming but later changed his plea.He said the man's mother had been a political activist.Mr Lambert pretended to share the woman's political views during the mid-1980s and 'formed a liaison' which resulted in the man's birth.Mr Justice Nicol, who analysed the issue at a High Court hearing in London in October, has not named the man in a written ruling.But he said the man's father was an undercover policeman named Bob Lambert, who used the pseudonym 'Bob Robinson' when working undercover to infiltrate the Animal Liberation Front in the 1980s.

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