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DrFrostMemorial.pdf (file size: 216 KB, MIME type: application/pdf)
- a failure to pursue available lines of inquiry at the inquiry and the existence now of new evidence means that a full inquest is “necessary or desirable in the interests of justice”;
- the non-statutory Hutton Inquiry established by the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and commended to the Coroner by the Lord Chancellor (in reality, the same person) as an adequate means to satisfy the requirements of a Coronial inquest under s17A Coroners Act 1988 was not in fact an adequate inquiry;
- the conclusions of the Hutton Inquiry, which were accepted by the Coroner without a substantive hearing, were not the result of a “full, frank and fearless” investigation. Had the inquiry been so, much of the evidence now available could have been put before and taken into consideration by Lord Hutton...
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A challenge to the Hutton Inquiry's report by a team of doctors demanding a full inquest in light of new evidence. +