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Deepcut: Private Geoff Gray inquest conclusions delivered

20th June 2019

HH Peter Rook QC has today delivered detailed factual findings and a combined narrative and short form conclusion in the fresh inquest into the death of Pte Geoff Gray at Deepcut barracks on 17 September 2001. Nicholas Moss represented the Ministry of Defence and individual soldiers/civil servants, leading Richard Boyle (TGC), Georgina Wolfe and Cicely Hayward (5 Essex Court). The inquest sat for 28 days over 2½ months, and received evidence from 105 witnesses.

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Driverless Law: Law Commission on the way forward for Automated Vehicles

19th June 2019

The Law Commission has published its analysis of responses to the first consultation on the law affecting the safety of automated vehicles (“AVs”, also known as driverless vehicles). Alex Glassbrook took part in the consultation, and his paper on Civil Liability for AV’s is quoted by the Law Commission on contributory negligence (p.87), causation (p.90) and the possibility of review of the Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018 (p.91).

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