Ministers Intervening in Inquests
There have been votes in Parliament on the powers of ministers to intervene in inquests. Specific votes were held on questions including if the Secretary of State ought be able to order a coroner's inquest to take place without a jury and if a minister ought be able to suspend a coroner's inquest.
John Baron consistently voted against allowing ministers to intervene in inquests
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On 12 Nov 2009:
John Baron voted yes on Coroners and Justice Bill — Schedule 1 — Explicit Approval of Lord Chief Justice Required for Minister to Suspend Coroner's Inquiry -rejected
On 9 Nov 2009:
John Baron acted as teller for a vote on Coroners and Justice Bill — Enable Minister to Replace Inquest With Inquiry — Incercept Evidence in Inquests
On 26 Jan 2009:
John Baron was absent for a vote on Coroners and Justice Bill — Condemn the Coroners and Justice Bill — rejected
On 10 Jun 2008:
John Baron voted yes on Counter-Terrorism Bill — Disallow inquests without a jury in England and Wales — rejected
On 10 Jun 2008:
John Baron voted yes on Counter Terrorism Bill — Lord Chief Justice to appoint "special coroners" — rejected
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