public inquest

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The public inquest in 2010 heard that Tudor put cash before hygiene for years and may have caused other food poisoning outbreaks.
The public inquest in 2010 heard how Tudor put cash before hygiene for years and may have caused other food poisoning outbreaks.
In his letter to the Home Secretary, Coun Alden, on behalf of the city's Conservative Group, added his weight to calls for a full public inquest.
Australia last week held the first session of a public inquest into the siege launched in December by Iranian Man Haron Monis and heard that he killed one of his hostages execution-style.
While the results of the probe will remain secret, the coroner will determine whether a public inquest is necessary.
H=Kristen-Stewart:-I-was-a-psychopath&nItemID=15881) explained , "It sounds completely cliche, but it's true, so you probably shouldn't think about it [the affair with Sanders and the public inquest into her relationship that followed].
Last year's public inquest brought to light all manner of previously unheard stories of the bravery and horror that some people experienced.
Matthew strongly believes that the Government is doing its best to erode the powers of the coroner to call a public inquest and have already succeeded in getting a provision to hold secret inquests.
O'Neill's side put aside the very public inquest into their 7-1 stuffing at Chelsea and worries about his future by getting back to what they do best.
Her actions were scrutinised in great detail during an Old Bailey health and safety prosecution and a public inquest.
But clauses buried in the Coroners and Justice Bill still allow the Lord Chancellor, currently Mr Straw, discretion to order a secret inquiry in place of a public inquest.
Meanwhile, it was claimed that Mr Brown's predecessor Tony Blair urged the PM to hold the inquiry into the Iraq war in secret for fear that a public inquest would turn into a "show trial".

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