Monthly Archives: February 2011

Inquest Hears How Prince Charles polo friend ‘leapt to his death over health fears’

From the Daily Telegraph Andrew Hough  23 Feb 2011 A polo-playing friend of the Prince of Wales leapt to his death in front of a train with his arms outstretched after a series of health and business fears drove him … Continue reading

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Up To 40 Spies Set To Give Evidence In Inquset Into Death Of MI6 Agent Gareth Williams

Tuesday, 15 February 2011 -PA (From The Independent) Up to 40 spies could give evidence anonymously at the inquest into the mysterious death of MI6 agent Gareth Williams, a coroner was told today. Paul Knapman adjourned an inquiry into the … Continue reading

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New Coroner Appointed – Dr. Paul Knapman Retires After 31 Years

Kensington and Chelsea which is part of the Inner West London Corner’s Court is set to have a new coroner, Dr Fiona Wilcox, who will take up her post on Friday 1 April. Dr Wilcox, who is qualified as both … Continue reading

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14 Year Old Asthma Death Described As ‘Tragic’

From Chelsea & Westminster Chronicle Emma Heseltine on Feb 11th 2011 A ‘bundle of fun’ and a joy to everybody, with an inimitable cheeky smile. That is how 14 year-old Duncan Napier was described by his father after an inquest … Continue reading

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Westminster Coroner’s Verdict on Fatal Southfields Tube Crash

From The Wimbledon Guardian Wednesday 2nd February 2011 The driver of a tube train that knocked down and killed an 86-year-old man did not realise he had hit anyone until minutes after the impact, an inquest has heard. It was … Continue reading

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