Garden Court counsel question Boris Johnson at UK Covid-19 Inquiry

Thursday 7 December 2023

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Today, public hearings for Module 2 of the the UK Covid-19 Inquiry continued. Our Rajiv Menon KCLeslie Thomas KC, Brenda Campbell KC, Liz Davies KC & Bethan Harris appeared at the Inquiry to question Boris Johnson on behalf of core participants. The BBCIndependent, Telegraph , Times and Guardian covered the proceedings live.

Our Brenda Campbell KC submitted questions on behalf of Northern Ireland Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice. Our Peter Wilcock KC is also on the legal team, instructed by Conal McGarrity of P.A. Duffy & Co Solicitors. Coverage in BBC News here and here. Further coverage in The Guardian.

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Our Bethan Harris questioned Boris Johnson on behalf of Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice Cymru. Our Kirsten Heaven is on the legal team, instructed by Craig Court of Harding Evans. Coverage in BBC News here and here. Bethan also featured on BBC Wales Today. Further coverage in North Wales Live and The Scotsman.

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Our Leslie Thomas KC questioned Boris Johnson on behalf of the Federation of Ethnic Minority Healthcare Organisations (FEMHO). Our Una Morris is also on the legal team, instructed by Cyrilia Knight of Saunders Law. Coverage in BBC News here. Further coverage in openDemocracy and The Mirror

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Our Joint Head of Garden Court Chambers, Rajiv Menon KC, submitted questions on behalf of children's rights organisations Just for Kids Law, Save the Children UK and Children's Rights Alliance for England. Our Jennifer Twite is also on the legal team, instructed by Aika Stephenson of Just for Kids Law. Coverage in BBC News here. Further coverage in The Independent and Evening Standard

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Our Joint Head of Chambers, Liz Davies KC, submitted questions on behalf of Southall Black Sisters and Solace Women's Aid. Our Marina SergidesUbah DirieAngharad Monk, and Fatima Jichi are on the legal team, instructed by Helen Mowatt of Public Interest Law Centre (PILC). Coverage in BBC News here

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