A mass has been held at Westminster Cathedral for the Bristol nurse who was found dead after being duped by a hoax call from two DJs.
The inquest into the death of Bristol nurse Jacintha Saldanha has been opened and adjourned this morning.
The Australian radio station whose DJs duped a Bristol nurse with a prank call is to set up a memorial fund for her family.
The inquest into the death of Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse from Bristol who was found dead after putting through a hoax call to staff looking after the Duchess of Cambridge, has been opened and adjourned this morning.
The inquest is due to open into the death of Bristol nurse Jacintha Saldanha. She is thought to have killed herself. She put a hoax call from two Australian DJs through to the ward where the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated for morning sickness.
Scotland Yard says the result of a post mortem examination will be released at the inquest.
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The prime minister has again expressed his sympathy to the family of Brisiol nurse Jacintha Saldanha, who is thought to have killed herself after putting through a hoax phone call about the Duchess of Cambridge.
Today in Parliament, Charlotte Leslie, the MP for the area where she lived, spoke of the family's grief and praised the press for respecting their privacy.
The Prime Minister said today there must be "lessons learnt" from what he described as the tragic death of the Bristol nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
It's thought she committed suicide after putting through a prank phone call from two Australian DJs to the ward where the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated.
Today the radio station responsible for the call promised to give at least £320,000 to her husband and children. Bob Constantine reports.
The MP for Bristol North West has welcomed news of compensation for a family who have lost their loved one.
It's thought Jacintha Saldhana, a nurse who is from Bristol - committed suicide after putting through a prank phone call from two Australian DJs to the ward where the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated.
Today the Australian radio station promised to give at least £320,000 to her husband and children.
Two radio DJs who made a prank phone call which police suspect may have led to the suicide of a nurse from Bristol, have spoken of their shock and grief at her death.
Ja'sintha Sal-dar-nah was married with two children. Her body was found on Friday and police suspect she may have killed herself. Labour MP Keith Vaz has said the family were in "terrible distress" because of the tragedy. A memorial fund has been set up to raise money for them.
David Woodland's report contains some flash photography.
The husband of a nurse believed to have taken her own life after falling victim to a prank call has travelled to London to formally identify her body.
Jacintha Saldanha was found dead near the King Edward VII Hospital on Friday.
Her husband, 49 year old Ben Barboza, plans to return his wife's body to her native Shirva, India, to be buried.
The family of the nurse believed to have taken her own life after falling victim to a hoax call were being comforted by relatives and friends at their terrace home at Greystoke Avenue, Southmead, Bristol.
A friend at the address said Jacintha Saldanha's partner Benedict Barboza, 49, and their teenage son and daughter, aged 14 and 16, were "very, very shocked and unhappy at the tragedy".
In a statement, Ms Saldanha's family said they were "deeply saddened" by the death and asked for privacy.
They said: "We as a family are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved Jacintha. We would ask that the media respect our privacy at this difficult time."