The Australian radio presenters behind a prank phone call to the hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge during the early stages of her pregnancy could still face prosecution. The call was taken by Jacintha Saldanha, a nurse from Bristol.
Three days later she killed herself. Now, Scotland Yard has asked Australian police to consider whether the DJs committed any offence under Australian law. Jonty Messer reports.
The full inquest into the death of Bristol nurse Jacintha Saldanha will be held on 2 May 2013, a coroner decided today.
Miss Saldanha, from Southmead, was found hanged three days after putting through a hoax phone call about the Duchess of Cambridge, who was being treated at the hospital in London where she worked. Today her husband and two children, along with the Labour MP Keith Vaz were at court.
A date will be fixed today for the full inquest into the death of Bristol nurse Jacintha Saldanha. Mrs Saldanha was found hanged three days after putting through a hoax phone call about the Duchess of Cambridge, who was being treated at the London hospital where she worked.
A hearing in London will decide the timetable for the inquest.
The family of Jacintha Saldanha, the Bristol nurse who was found hanged following a hoax call about the Duchess of Cambridge, have yet to receive answers from bosses at London's King Edward VII's Hospital about her death.
Labour MP Keith Vaz, who has supported the family, said, "Despite the fact that the family have sent a list of 40 questions to the hospital they still seem unwilling to answer them".
Ms Saldanha's husband and her two children are also waiting to hear from bosses of the Australian radio show at the centre of the hoax.
Two Australian DJs have given their first interview following the hoax call they made to the London hospital looking after the Duchess of Cambridge. A nurse from Bristol who answered the call was found dead at an address in London on Friday.
It's believed Jacintha Saldanha took her own life. Click here to see the fullinterview.