“Inquiry” in the news
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|court of inquiry|
Publications and example sentences
· Instacart tweaks tipping system after tip-baiting outcry →
Instacart is adjusting how it handles customer tips following the announcement last week of a congressional inquiry into the practice of tip-baiting, in which Instacart allows customers to promise big tips for shoppers only for those customers to later rescind the tip after the order is dropped off.
· Dog partially decapitated and left on owner’s patio →
Animal charity and West Midlands Police working on joint inquiry
· Why Madeleine McCann was never just another 'lost child' story →
The McCanns later became key witnesses to the Leveson inquiry on press misconduct.
· A damaging blame game will not help us learn the lessons we need to from the coronavirus pandemic →
It will be for a future public inquiry to examine in detail why this happened and who, if anyone, is to blame.
· Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner investigated over 2015 disappearance of German girl →
The Metropolitan Police admitted that Brueckner had been among 600 people previously considered potentially significant in the McCann inquiry.
· The pro-migrant support you’re seeing from the public is under threat – and this what could turn things sour →
“It’s a question of making sure that those stories are told and that if there are inquests or inquiries, they’re forced to look at the whole immigration system,” he says.
· 'Reeks of hypocrisy': what UK's minority ethnic MPs say about Covid-19 death toll →
We haven’t got time for inquiries; we need action and effective action.
· UK experts call for coronavirus inquiry to prevent deadly second wave →
Leading medics and scientists have called on Boris Johnson to order a public inquiry to prepare Britain for a second wave of the coronavirus this winter, warning that many more will die unless the country improves its response.
· UK needs urgent Covid-19 inquiry before we are hit by a second wave →
We call on all political parties to commit to a rapid, transparent, expert inquiry to address these issues.
· Criminal justice system 'inherently racist' towards Aboriginal people →
Since the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, he says “inquiry after inquiry” has found the same thing: it doesn’t respond to Indigenous needs.