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New from the Court of Appeal: an inquest is not a ‘surrogate public inquiry’

United Kingdom - November 15 2022 As the arguments about whether an inquest should be a wider ‘Article 2’ inquiry rumble on in Coroners’ courts up and down the country, we now have…

Gemma Brannigan, Robina Ewbank

Opening up the virtual doors of remote inquests … (or making in-person attendance in court more likely?)

United Kingdom - July 1 2022 We are used to coroners’ Inquests being open to the public in the sense that anyone can come along to an inquest hearing in the public court room and…

Gemma Brannigan, Jacques Howell

Prevention of Future Deaths Reports in Inquests - What are the Recurring Themes?

United Kingdom - April 26 2022 The steady flow of Prevention of Future Deaths Reports (PFDs) issued by coroners to health and social care providers continues, but what can we learn…

Louise Wiltshire, Tracey Longfield, Gill Weatherill

What does the future hold for CQC regulation? - Have your say

United Kingdom - February 15 2021 The window of opportunity is still open (until 4 March, when the consultation closes) to influence how the CQC will regulate health and social care…

Anna Hart, Sarah Dobson, Corinne Slingo

Prevention of Future Deaths Reports - Impact of Revised Guidance?

United Kingdom - November 10 2020 Prevention of Future Deaths Reports (PFDs) made by coroners to address concerns arising from Inquests can provide powerful leverage for change…

Sonia Khan, Will Pickles