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He said it was "not in the public interest of these investigations and inquests to pursue unachievable, or indeed unlawful objectives.
May 1997 Lord Justice Stuart-Smith starts scrutiny of evidence, says new inquests not warranted.
The inquest will examine the events surrounding Mr.
WEST Midlands Police has revealed it plans to spend PS1 million on lawyers when the Birmingham pub bombings inquests are reopened.
Following last week's inquest verdicts, Danny Gordon, whose sister Anne Williams fought for new inquests, called for Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders to resign after claiming her position had become "untenable".
Tunisia deaths inquest begins preparations INQUESTS into the deaths of 30 Britons who were killed in June's Tunisia beach terror strike will include an investigation into what was known by the UK Government about the risk of an attack.
Cheryl |James e force wants the delay in case applications for fresh inquests are made by the families of three other soldiers who died at Deepcut between 1995 and 2002.
Sue Dear Sue Coroner's inquests are held to establish the cause of death and a coroner cannot award compensation.
A FORMAL application to quash the verdicts of the original Hillsborough inquests has been made by the Government's top lawyer.
INQUESTS are to be held into the deaths of three patients a doctor was cleared of murdering in 2005.
Here are some facts about the inquest process: l Inquests are official inquiries held in England and Wales into deaths that appear violent, unnatural, of a sudden and unknown cause, or in some way suspicious.
It was the best way to try to deal with any public suspicion surrounding the long-awaited inquests which has triggered interest around the globe, according to Lord Justice Scott Baker.