The card, a dove of peace, was a gesture to the service providers that we, the service recipients, wished to work together in 2014 to improve the sorry state of affairs which currently leaves 98% of complainants without justice, remedy or closure.
We are looking forward to meeting with Dame Julie Mellor in February and having the opportunity to discuss with her the devastating impact of being told that an investigation into a loved one’s untimely death would serve ‘no worthwhile purpose’.
Later on the 16th we met with others from the group to attend the PASC Annual Scrutiny Meeting with Dame Julie Mellor and Helen Hughes. You can see the meeting in full here: parliamentlive.tv/Main/Player PHSO Pressure Group have prepared a response to that meeting, as we felt that some of the answers did not give the whole story.
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