In Brief: Harold Shipman inquiry will be 'open and accessible'

The Department of Health has promised that the independent inquiry into the Harold Shipman case will be 'open and accessible' to relatives of his victims. Led by Lord Laming, former chief inspector of the Social Services Inspectorate, the inquiry has been set up under the NHS Act and is closed ...

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