Mr Rehman accepts care staff could not force her to eat, but criticises the decision to deny him entry when he had ‘full PPE’. Ms Jones said national guidance makes clear that old age or frailty should be stated as the sole cause of death only ‘in very limited circumstances’, including when the doctor had ‘personally cared for the deceased over a long period’ and was ‘not aware of any identifiable disease or injury that contributed to the death’. … [Read more...] about Widower who says his wife starved herself to death in a care home after he was stopped from visiting her during the coronavirus outbreak demands an inquest
The AG sought one week to file the counter affidavit while Assistant Solicitor General of India N. Rajeshwar Rao accepted notices on behalf of the Centre. Posting the hearing to July 14, the bench sought explanation of all the respondents over the points raised by the petitioner. … [Read more...] about HC notices to govt., four private hospitals over treatment, billing
Mr. Jain explained that there was a glitch in the supply chain as the Delhi government has deposited money with Food Corporation of India for release of grains, rice, etc., but due to the recent cyclone in West Bengal and Odisha, ration is being diverted by the agency to meet the needs of those States. He assured the HC that steps are being taken to exhaust the list of 38 lakh non-PDS applicants and efforts shall be made in June to meet the new requests. … [Read more...] about Streamline ration supply,Delhi HC tells AAP govt.
But on Thursday, Sullivan essentially said the "Fokker" citation wasn't applicable. He argued, in seeking en banc review, that "[the] Fokker [case] did not question the process the district court employed in reaching [its] erroneous decision." Specifically, Sullivan's filing asserted that the Fokker court expressly declined to apply its reasoning to less "formal judicial action," and that Sullivan was merely considering his options as to how to proceed with the Flynn case -- which, Sullivan said, was allowed under current precedent. … [Read more...] about Judge refuses to dismiss Flynn case, petitions full appellate court
'Since purchase of the land, the appellant has sought and had refused, planning permission to change the use of the land to garden ground. Therefore, he should be in no doubt that his use of the land as private garden ground does not benefit from planning permission. … [Read more...] about Couple who spent £22,000 renovating their overgrown garden are forced to return it to a WASTELAND after failing to get planning permission