The Daily Mail reported:
investigators believe the bullet, which sparked an 11-day siege, was fired by a sniper who intended to hit protesting Libyan dissidents.
The siege only came to an end when the killer and more than 20 embassy staff were allowed to leave Britain under diplomatic immunity laws.
The murder triggered the collapse of diplomatic relations between the two countries but Scotland Yard detectives have never given up hope of identifying the culprit.
Detectives from the force's Counter Terrorism Command flew out to Tripoli two years ago to collect evidence and statements as relations thawed but no-one has ever been arrested.
The trip followed three visits in 2006 and one in 2004 when officers met members of a Libyan inquiry team.
A Scotland Yard spokeswoman said: 'The murder investigation has always remained open and the Metropolitan Police remains committed to identifying those people responsible for killing WPC Fletcher.
Well, yes, the Police may be committed to apprehending the killer, but not so those in power in this country who value money over justice.
The Times has this:
The Libyan killer of a British policewoman will never be brought to justice in Britain after a secret deal approved by Jack Straw.
The Foreign Office bowed to Libyan pressure and agreed that Britain would abandon any attempt to try the murderer of WPC Yvonne Fletcher, shot outside the Libyan embassy in London 25 years ago.
Anthony Layden, Britain’s former ambassador to Libya, said this weekend he had signed the agreement with the Libyan government three years ago, when Straw was foreign secretary. At the time Britain was negotiating trade deals worth hundreds of millions of pounds with Libya.
My revulsion over this story is impossible to put into words. This is your government. A Government of liars, war criminals and dirty dealers.