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Alisha Thomas

House of Lords written question – answered on 20th July 2011.

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Photo of Lord Alton of Liverpool Lord Alton of Liverpool Crossbench

To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they will place in the public domain Coroner Roger Whittaker's report on the death of Alesha Thomas in 2009.

Photo of Lord McNally Lord McNally Deputy Leader of the House of Lords, The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice, Liberal Democrat Leader in the House of Lords

The report issued by the then West Yorkshire (West) coroner under Rule 43 of the Coroners Rules 1984 (as amended) following the inquest into the death of Alesha Thomas was sent to the Lord Chancellor in accordance with the rule. Rule 43 reports are not published in full but are summarised in six-monthly bulletins of all Rule 43 reports and responses received which are published on the Ministry of Justice website. The Rule 43 report following the inquest into Alesha Thomas's death was included in the bulletin published on 10 March 2010. A copy of the full report, redacted in accordance with data protection requirements, is available on request from the Ministry of Justice.

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