The family of a man from Birmingham, who died on a night out in Manchester, are writing to the Home Secretary, Theresa May, to call for a judicial review into his death.
Julian Webster, who was 24, collapsed after being restrained by door staff outside a pub in 2009.
The case never reached court.
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