Coroners Rule 43

Coroners Rule 43

A Coroners Rule in the UK which requires coroners to report circumstances in which further deaths could occur—e.g., a road traffic, occupational or other death—if action is not taken to prevent them in the future.
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Ms BurKe was ASKED by Mr Goodwin to consider writing to organisations (as permitted under coroners rule 43) raising concerns about the availability of helium suicide methods on the internet and tighter controls over the sale of helium to vulnerable people, and she said she would consider this and notify the family in due course.
theliver " Coroner Mary Burke was asked by Mr Goodwin to consider writing to organisations (as permitted under coroners rule 43) raising concerns about the availability of helium suicide methods on the internet and tighter controls over the sale of helium to vulnerable people, and she said she would consider this and notify the family in due course.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Defence, said: "We have responded to the coroners rule 43 and all recommendations made by the coroner are either already in place or are in the process of being implemented."