“Inquiry” in the news

Example collocations

commission of inquiry
court of inquiry
independent inquiry
public inquiry
scientific inquiry

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Publications and example sentences

The Guardian
· UK air pollution still down despite return to normal traffic – study  
An air pollution inquiry by a select committee of MPs is also examining delays in the rollout of clean air zones in cities as a result of the pandemic.
Financial Express
· Vikas Dubey encounter: Congress demands judicial probe by sitting Supreme Court judge  
“The Congress demands a judicial inquiry by a sitting Supreme Court judge that should conduct a probe into the entire Kanpur incident and bring out its truth before people.
· No Reading, No Peace: The Power Of Black Stories Out Loud  
It's a simple inquiry: How many of these books have I read to the kids in my life, and do I share Black books on a consistent basis?
The New York Times
· Trump’s Taxes May Be Released — Eventually  
antitrust inquiry into its takeover of Fitbit if it pledges to forgo using the fitness device’s data for ad-targeting purposes.
The Guardian
· Asio boss denies expanded powers could be used to target Black Lives Matter protesters  
Mike Burgess, the director general of security, also told a parliamentary inquiry on Friday he was offended by a “beyond the pale” suggestion that an aspect of the proposed powers was broader than the wording of Hong Kong’s new national security law.
The New York Times
· The Man Striving to Be the ‘Canadian Obama’  
Over 12 months, 7,000 people testified or made submissions for the inquiry, which published a damning report last month concluding that City Hall was turning a blind eye to racial profiling by the police.
The Independent
· Chris ‘Failing’ Grayling as chair of the intelligence committee? Sounds like an oxymoron to me  
The Intelligence and Security Committee inquiry on the various allegations of Russian interference, or attempted interference in UK politics was begun in November 2017 and the completed report passed to Boris Johnson last October.
The New York Times
· Homeland Security Turns to Defending Statues Amid Questions Over Priorities  
Mr. Wolf’s task force to protect “historic monuments, memorials, statues and federal facilities” has already started an inquiry at the House Homeland Security Committee.
The Guardian
· 'Wildly inappropriate': VOA purge continues as foreign journalists' visas cancelled  
USAGM’s public affairs department did not respond to an email inquiry.
Washington Post
· EU watchdog to probe trade pact with South American nations  
BRUSSELS — The European Union’s independent watchdog has launched an inquiry into the bloc’s trade agreement with the Mercosur group of South American countries after environmental and rights groups complained that the deal does not respect the EU’s legal obligations.