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Delivery of Verdicts - 6 May 2011
The verdicts and a summary of any recommendations made under rule 43 of the Coroners Rules 1984 will be delivered on 6 May 2011 at 10:00am in court 73 The Coroner will also rule on the question of whether the inquests into the deaths of Mohammed Siddique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Hasib Hussain and Jermaine Lindsay should be resumed.
(Please note, seating in court 73 is reserved for Interested Parties and their legal teams only. Members of the public and press may view proceedings via video link in court 38)
http://7julyinquests.independent.gov.uk ... 040711.htmOperational Note - Publication Of Responses To Rule 43 Report
4 July 2011
With the agreement of the Lord Chancellor the Assistant Deputy Coroner will publish the responses to her Rule 43 Report on the Inquests' website at 11am on Tuesday 19 July 2011.
This will conclude Lady Justice Hallett's role as Assistant Deputy Coroner.
Lady Justice Hallett will not be issuing any statement or giving any interviews. As a judicial office holder it is not appropriate for her to comment on any case she has presided over.
Responses to Report under Rule 43 of the Coroner's Rules 1984
19 July 2011 - Responses
Barts and the London (PDF 39kb)
Government (PDF 533kb)
London Ambulance Service (PDF 104kb)
London Resilience (PDF 232kb)
Transport for London (PDF 588kb)
The Report under Rule 43 of the Coroner's Rules 1984 (PDF 624kb)
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Coroner's inquests into the London bombings of 7 July 2005: review of progress
The government response to the Coroner, Lady Justice Hallett, published in July 2011, stated progress against the commitments it made would be reviewed by the end of March 2012. This report publishes the findings of that review and covers the recommendations directed to government and other organisations.
Date: Fri May 18 10:37:27 BST 2012
Coroner's inquests into the London bombings of 7 July 2005: review of progress (PDF file - 245kb)
Coroner's inquests into the London bombings of 7 July 2005: review of progress | Home Office
Lady Justice Hallett steps up
8 November 2013By Gazette newsdesk
The coroner at the inquest into the deaths of the 7/7 London bombing victims has been appointed vice president of the Court of Appeal (criminal division). She succeeds Lord Hughes of Omberley, who was appointed to the Supreme Court in April.
Lady Justice Hallett (pictured), 63, became a full-time judge of the Queen’s Bench Division in 1999 and a presiding judge of the Western Circuit soon after. She was promoted to the Court of Appeal in 2005. She served on the Judicial Appointments Commission as an inaugural commissioner and then as vice-chairman for five years.
The Rt Hon Dame Heather Carol Hallett DBE, an alumna of St Hugh’s College, Oxford, was called to the bar in 1972 and became a QC in 1989. She was the first woman to chair the Bar Council, in 1998.
She became a bencher of Inner Temple in 1993 and served as leader of the South Eastern Circuit between 1995 and 1997.
In 2011 she was appointed vice-president of the QBD and is currently chairman of the Judicial College.
Lady Justice Hallett was tipped for the post of lord chief justice earlier this year, before the appointment went to Sir John Thomas. She impressed as coroner at the inquest into the deaths of the 52 victims of the 7 July 2005 London bombings.
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