Teesside inquests report

Recommendations into how the coroner's service on Teesside could be improved will be looked at today. The council is expected to publish a report that aims to reduce how long families wait for inquests.

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Families say that finally someone is listening

A report into the work done by Teesside's coroner's service has concluded that its' failings must be addressed and solved.

Up to 300 families have been kept waiting for the inquests of their loved ones to be heard.

Sue Ainsworth, who lost her son Jonathan, believes that the report shows that the families' concerns are being heard.

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