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Crowdsourced #OpenJustice Work Month 1

01 May 2018 - 2 Comments

Just over a month ago I took the plunge and asked the twittersphere if they’d pay me a £1 a month (or any amount greater than that) to support my Open Justice work, live tweeting inquests and other court cases and tribunals. I’ve deliberately not collected email addresses because I don’t want to get into […]

A Mencap area operations manager, Director of Services and Chair walk into a bar…

01 May 2018 - No Comments

The barman describes poorly staffed, unsafe, unkind, chaotic care in the two years before a resident in one of their services died. The Mencap operations manager said we had plans. The Director of Services said he was proud. The Chair paid tribute to the staff and said they were amongst the best in the country. […]

Dying for a wank

29 Apr 2018 - 3 Comments

This week the inquest into the death of Danny Tozer concluded in York. The coroner found that Danny died as a result of an epileptic seizure that led to a cardiac event, that in turn starved his brain of oxygen. Danny’s death was classified as SUDEP – sudden unexplained death in epilepsy. The coroner found […]

Family statement at the conclusion of the inquest into Danny Tozer

26 Apr 2018 - 1 Comment

Danny was a much loved son, brother and uncle. He was a fit and healthy young man, diagnosed with autism, epilepsy and learning disabilities. Danny was a people person who enjoyed travel, playing his piano, being active and drinking tea. In 2013 Danny moved to be nearer us and we were hopeful that he could […]

Who was Danny Tozer? @TozerInquest

16 Apr 2018 - 5 Comments

Who was Danny Tozer? Danny was a much loved son, brother, nephew, family member and friend. He was also a fit and healthy young man, diagnosed with autism, epilepsy and learning disabilities. Danny was a people person who enjoyed travel, playing his piano, and outdoors activities such as running, walking, cycling and horse riding as […]

Stitching Lord Justice Munby – a collective #craftivism action

10 Apr 2018 - 4 Comments

The brilliant Steve Broach, or Stevie B as he’s always been known in the #JusticeforLB Justice Shed, tweeted this morning. I jumped in to RT his wisdom and offer him a pic of the stitched version I made and stuck up on the railings outside Oxfordshire County Council when LBInquest was happening: Would you like […]

Ask without shame #OpenJustice

09 Apr 2018 - 1 Comment

A couple of months ago my big bruv was visiting my Mum (we live next door to each other) and he popped in, sort of uninvited one evening, in the way your big bro never needs an invite. This was cool, until he sat on the sofa like the ghost of my father, and launched […]

Ongoing open justice work: can you spare £1 a month?

28 Mar 2018 - 3 Comments

Still a bit shell shocked at the outcome of the HSE sentencing of Southern Health this week. You can catch up on the tweets @JusticeforLBHSE, the full judgement is available to read here and the family statement here. The HSE hearing was the fourth inquest or tribunal that I’ve live tweeted and as #JusticeforLB starts to […]

Live tweeting inquests and tribunals – 10 top tips of learning so far #JusticeforLB

24 Mar 2018 - 4 Comments

In two days time I’ll be back at Oxford Crown Court with the #JusticeforLB crew, waiting for the Honourable Mr Justice Stuart-Smith to pass down his sentence to Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust after the Health and Safety Executive prosecuted them in relation to the deaths of Teresa Colvin and Connor Sparrowhawk. You can catch up […]

Pleading with the Professional Standards Authority #JusticeforLB

17 Mar 2018 - 1 Comment

Having sat through the MPTS tribunal into Valerie Murphy for two weeks in August 2017, one weekend in November 2017 and three days in February 2018 I could not believe the sanction handed down, of suspension for twelve months. I was shocked at the process, the delays and opportunities that presented Murphy, and the seeming […]

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