One of Scott Moncrieff’s Equality & Human Rights lawyers has been selected by campaign group York Accessibility Action to advise on a decision which excludes 7,500 blue badge holders from York’s historic city centre.
Three years ago, on 1st September 2017, Cate and her friends went to the Little Mix event at the South of England Showground as part of a birthday treat which turned out to be the start of an unprecedented legal battle.
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CQC’s executive directors had a busier than usual 2020, for obvious reasons. The COVID-19 pandemic forced the regulator to stop in its tracks: inspections ceased, staff scrambled to work remotely, enforcement actions and registration decisions slowed dramatically.
An inquest is an enquiry into the circumstances of a death where there is a suspicion that the death has resulted from anything other than natural causes. Where the deceased was in the care of the State at the time of their death, an Article 2 inquest must be held. Both types of inquest must answer the question ‘how’ someone died. For traditional inquests “how” someone died meant “by what means” the person came by their death. For an Article 2 inquest “how” also includes “in what circumstances”. An Article 2 inquest will cover more issues.