Police launch investigation into high rate of baby deaths at Countess of Chester Hospital – The Independent

Posted May 19th, 2017 in children, hospitals, inquests, news, pregnancy by tracey

‘Police have launched an investigation into the deaths of 15 babies at a hospital in Chester.’

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The Independent, 18th May 2017

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Scattering Ian Brady’s ashes – Law & Religion UK

Posted May 17th, 2017 in burials and cremation, inquests, murder, news by sally

‘The inquest into the death of the remaining “Moors Murderer”, Ian Brady, commenced on 16 May 2017, and the BBC reported that his ashes would not to be scattered at Saddleworth Moor, the burial place of many of their victims. Senior coroner Christopher Sumner is reported as saying that “he knew he did not have the legal power to make such a request but believed it was the ‘correct moral judgement’”.’

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Law & Religion UK, 17th May 2017

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Ian Brady’s ashes must not be scattered on moor, says coroner – The Guardian

Posted May 17th, 2017 in burials and cremation, inquests, murder, news by sally

‘Ian Brady’s ashes must not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor, where he buried four of his child victims, a coroner has said.’

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The Guardian, 16th May 2017

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Poppi Worthington inquest delayed by her father after he secures legal aid – Daily Telegraph

Posted May 9th, 2017 in child abuse, delay, inquests, legal aid, news, reports, sexual offences by tracey

‘An inquest into the death of toddler Poppi Worthington has been delayed by her father. Paul Worthington’s solicitors argue they have been left with insufficient time to prepare for the hearing, which was due to start in Kendal, Cumbria, next week, after he finally secured legal aid last week being turned down three times before.’

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Daily Telegraph, 9th May 2017

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Priory’s care plan for anorexic teen Pippa McManus ‘inadequate’ – BBC News

Posted May 3rd, 2017 in hospitals, inquests, mental health, news, suicide, young persons by tracey

‘No adequate care plan was in place for an anorexic teenager who killed herself five days after being released from a psychiatric hospital, an inquest found.’

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BBC News, 2nd May 2017

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Debt-ridden courier’s suicide after bailiff visit prompts call for reforms – The Guardian

Posted May 2nd, 2017 in bailiffs, debts, inquests, news, suicide by sally

‘A debt-ridden young man took his own life shortly after bailiffs clamped the motorcycle that was essential to his work as a courier, an inquest has heard, in a case that has prompted calls for reform of the debt-collection industry.’

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The Guardian, 30th April 2017

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Call for inquiry over ‘unbroken pattern’ of deaths at prison – The Guardian

‘The prison service is facing calls for a corporate manslaughter investigation after a litany of failures at one Milton Keynes site resulted in an “unbroken pattern of deaths”, with 18 inmates taking their own lives in four years.’

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The Guardian, 2nd May 2017

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Antiques Roadshow expert died after hospital ‘neglect’ – BBC News

Posted April 28th, 2017 in hospitals, inquests, mental health, news, restraint by tracey

‘Neglect and gross failure by hospital staff to quickly attempt resuscitation contributed to the death of an Antiques Roadshow expert, an inquest has ruled.’

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BBC News, 27th April 2017

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Court of Appeal Ruling on Inquest Direction – Park Square Barristers

Posted April 6th, 2017 in appeals, inquests, jury directions, news, police, self-defence by sally

‘The applicant was the mother of Mark Duggan who was shot dead by a police officer following the vehicle he was driving being stopped in a planned operation mounted after the receipt of intelligence that he had acquired a firearm intended for criminal use. The applicant was appealing against the dismissal of her application for judicial review of the verdict of lawful killing returning by the jury at the Inquest.’

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Park Square Barristers, 4th April 2017

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Inmate dies after prison officers kept him in wrist locks as he ‘foamed at the mouth’, jury finds – The Independent

Posted March 31st, 2017 in death in custody, inquests, news, prison officers, prisons, restraint by tracey

‘An inmate died after prison officers used unlawful force against him, a jury has found.’

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The Independent, 30th March 2017

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Mark Duggan’s family lose challenge over inquest jury’s conclusion that he was lawfully killed – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 29th, 2017 in appeals, firearms, inquests, news, police by sally

‘The family of a man whose fatal shooting by a police marksman sparked nationwide riots have lost a challenge over an inquest jury’s conclusion that he was lawfully killed.

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Daily Telegraph, 29th March 2017

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‘Hillsborough law’ could imprison police officers who are not truthful – The Guardian

Posted March 29th, 2017 in health & safety, inquests, news, police, statutory duty by sally

‘A proposed “Hillsborough law” requiring police forces and public authorities to be open and truthful in legal proceedings, including about their own failures, and that would give bereaved families the same resources as the police to make their case at future inquests is to be presented to parliament.’

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The Guardian, 29th March 2017

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Benjamin King inquest: ‘Insufficient evidence’ against hospital – BBC News

‘Claims that evidence at an inquest into a baby’s death was deliberately falsified will not be pursued by police due to insufficient evidence.’

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BBC News, 20th March 2017

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‘Insufficient evidence’ to charge anyone over baby’s death at vicarage – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 21st, 2017 in birth, child neglect, children, clergy, conspiracy, evidence, inquests, murder, news, prosecutions by tracey

‘The Crown Prosecution Service has said there remains “insufficient evidence” to charge anyone over the death of a baby boy at a vicarage.’

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Daily Telegraph, 20th March 2017

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Asthmatic chess champion Michael Uriely ‘could have been saved’ – BBC News

Posted March 17th, 2017 in children, hospitals, inquests, news by tracey

‘A nine-year-old chess champion who died of an asthma attack could probably have been saved if he had not been sent home from hospital, a coroner has ruled.’

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BBC News, 16th March 2017

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Coroner to write to Blenheim Palace over safety of ‘grace and favour’ cottages after gamekeeper and wife die in fire – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 17th, 2017 in health & safety, inquests, news by tracey

‘A coroner is to write to Blenheim Palace over the safety of a “grace and favour” cottage after a head game-keeper and his wife died in a fire.’

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Daily Telegraph, 17th March 2017

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Mark Duggan shooting: court considers appeal against inquest verdict – The Guardian

Posted March 2nd, 2017 in appeals, inquests, jury directions, news, police, unlawful killing by sally

‘The mother of Mark Duggan, whose fatal shooting by police in 2011 triggered riots across the country, is going to the court of appeal on Thursday in what she says is her “continuing search for justice” for her son.’

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The Guardian, 2nd March 2017

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Girl, 5, dies of asthma attack after ‘volatile GP refused to see her because she was several minutes late’ – The Independent

Posted February 27th, 2017 in children, doctors, health, inquests, news, professional conduct, reports by tracey

‘A five-year-old girl died of an asthma attack after an “unapproachable and volatile” doctor refused to see her because she and her mother arrived a few minutes late for her appointment, the General Medical Council has found.’

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The Independent, 27th February 2017

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Jury sworn in for inquest into man’s death after police restraint – The Guardian

Posted February 7th, 2017 in death in custody, inquests, juries, mental health, news, police by sally

‘A jury has been sworn in for an inquest into the death of Olaseni Lewis, six and a half years after he died following prolonged restraint by 11 police officers at a psychiatric hospital in south London.’

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The Guardian, 6th February 2017

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Court of Appeal delivers landmark ruling in ‘state detention’ inquest case – Local Government Lawyer

‘A woman with a learning disability who died whilst in the intensive care unit of a hospital was not in ‘state detention’, the Court of Appeal has ruled.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 27th January 2017

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