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32 results for: covid-19
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After hearing evidence from witnesses, the Chairman or Panel of an Inquiry must submit a report setting out i) the facts determined by...
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Obtaining evidence Once the Inquiry is up and running with core staff it will begin the process of gathering evidence. The Inquiry team...
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As we set out in our previous article, issues that the Inquiry into the government’s response to COVID-19 might consider are...
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This series of short articles reflects on some matters that may arise in relation to a public inquiry (or inquiries) into the...
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For those on the frontline in defending possession proceedings post the Covid-19 stay, it is sadly all too common to be representing...
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This series of short articles reflects on some matters that may arise in relation to a public inquiry (or inquiries) into the...
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The pandemic has inarguably made custody more severe. Prisoners spend more time in their cell, have fewer visits, and face a heightened...
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This blog summarises care home visiting rules across the UK’s four nations of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.It was...
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The UNCRC (Incorporation) (Scotland) Bill, which was introduced to the Scottish Parliament in September, “is a bright ray of sunlight in...
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On Monday 21 September 2020, Doughty Street Chambers hosted a webinar on “Covid-19 deaths of care home residents: what does justice look...
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Today, the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee published a highly critical report on "Readying the NHS and social care for the...
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This is becoming an increasingly topical and contentious issue about diagnostics and treatment of non-covid conditions and the...