Third Report of the Shipman Inquiry

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Third Report of the Shipman Inquiry

A report that came from the Shipman Inquiry, which proposed changes to the UK Coronial system, including the instituting a single medical Coroner who would be responsible for investigating all deaths, authorise post-mortem examinations (PMs) on random cases, and consider whether to order a PM, issue a death certificate or open an inquest.
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In a statement, Blackburn said: "I have listened to what has been said by Tony Hall and others today in connection with the publication of the Dame Janet Smith Report.
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