A group of 35 experts in 14 different specialties has been appointed to help the Bristol Royal Infirmary inquiry. Evidence will be taken from the medical royal colleges and other professional organisations when the inquiry resumes on 19 April. In its first three weeks, the inquiry took oral evidence from more than 20 witnesses, including parents and representatives of national professional groups. It will consider more than 15,000 pages of evidence from the United Bristol Healthcare trust, the Department of Health and the Welsh Office.