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Pre-inquest hearing into Deepcut death to be held in Woking

A pre-inquest review into the death of Private Cheryl James will take place on Monday 1 December. It follows the news that the fresh inquest into the death of Private James at Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut, Surrey, will be conducted by The Recorder of London, HHJ Brian Barker QC. The pre-inquest review will be held … Continue reading

Listen to a BBC Radio 5 Live interview on the libraries judicial review

Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Community Services and the 2012 Games Helyn Clack was interviewed by BBC Radio 5 Live’s Shelagh Fogarty about the judicial review into the county’s library plans. You can listen to the interview on the BBC’s iplayer. The interview starts one hour, six minutes and 30 seconds into the programme. … Continue reading

Surrey County Council pleased with High Court libraries judgement

Surrey County Council today said it was pleased that a High Court judge had not criticised its libraries plans meaning the proposals could still go ahead. Mr Justice Wilkie upheld a technical challenge brought by protesters over plans to support communities to run 10 libraries in Surrey. But the judgement simply said the Cabinet should … Continue reading

Court orders pause to library plans

Surrey County Council has expressed its disappointment at a court ruling which pauses its plans to let communities run local libraries. The High Court today upheld an earlier decision to impose a temporary order which stops the authority from taking any ‘irrevocable action’ towards creating community libraries ahead of a judicial review of the council’s … Continue reading

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