21 episodes

Join Elkan Abrahamson and Nicola Brook of Broudie Jackson Canter solicitors as they provide expert commentary, opinion, and key insights into the ongoing Covid Inquiry evidential hearings. Elkan & Nicola represent more than 6,000 members of the Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice group UK in the national Covid Inquiry, fighting to secure answers for those directly affected by the pandemic.

Starting with Module 1, the evidential hearings see key witnesses inlcuding Matt Hancock, Nicola Sturgeon and David Cameron give evidence on the UK’s preparedness for a pandemic pre Covid-19. Elkan and Nicola are joined each week by guests to discuss key events from the Inquiry, with interviews and conversations that are designed to keep you up to date on everything you may have missed that week in way that is accessible and, most importantly, in plain English.

Module 1 evidential hearings are expected to conclude in July 2023, with Module 2 evidential hearings expected to start later in 2023. Subscribe to The Covid Inquiry Podcast now to get all the latest news and commentary straight from the hearings.

Please note: some listeners may find the contents of this podcast distressing

The Covid Inquiry Podcast Broudie Jackson Canter

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Join Elkan Abrahamson and Nicola Brook of Broudie Jackson Canter solicitors as they provide expert commentary, opinion, and key insights into the ongoing Covid Inquiry evidential hearings. Elkan & Nicola represent more than 6,000 members of the Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice group UK in the national Covid Inquiry, fighting to secure answers for those directly affected by the pandemic.

Starting with Module 1, the evidential hearings see key witnesses inlcuding Matt Hancock, Nicola Sturgeon and David Cameron give evidence on the UK’s preparedness for a pandemic pre Covid-19. Elkan and Nicola are joined each week by guests to discuss key events from the Inquiry, with interviews and conversations that are designed to keep you up to date on everything you may have missed that week in way that is accessible and, most importantly, in plain English.

Module 1 evidential hearings are expected to conclude in July 2023, with Module 2 evidential hearings expected to start later in 2023. Subscribe to The Covid Inquiry Podcast now to get all the latest news and commentary straight from the hearings.

Please note: some listeners may find the contents of this podcast distressing

    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The evidential hearings for Module 2C of the UK Covid Inquiry is set to begin on 30th April 2024.
    On this week's episode of The Covid Inquiry Podcast, Enda McGarrity and Claire McNeilly are looking ahead towards to Module 2C hearings.
    Together, they welcomed Martina Ferguson and Brenda Doherty, who are NICBFFJ group leads, to discuss their thoughts on Module 2C generally and what they hope will be achieved.
    If you've lost a loved one to Covid-19, it isn't too late to be part of the Covid Inquiry. For more information on how to instruct legal representation, visit our website here: https://www.jacksonlees.co.uk/BroudieJacksonCanter/services/covid-inquiry

    • 56 min
    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C Week 1 | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C Week 1 | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The evidential hearings for Module 2C of the UK Covid Inquiry began on 30th April 2024.
    On this week's episode of The Covid Inquiry Podcast, Enda McGarrity and Claire McNeilly discuss what happened in the first week of hearings, including opening submissions.
    Together, they welcomed Catriona Myles, Nuala Toman and Conal McGarrity to discuss their thoughts on week 1 of Module 2C and evidence from Marion Reynolds
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    If you've lost a loved one to Covid-19, it isn't too late to be part of the Covid Inquiry. For more information on how to instruct legal representation, visit our website here: https://www.jacksonlees.co.uk/BroudieJacksonCanter/services/covid-inquiry

    • 51 min
    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C Week 2 | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C Week 2 | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The evidential hearings for Module 2C of the UK Covid Inquiry began on 30th April 2024.
    On this week's episode of The Covid Inquiry Podcast, Enda McGarrity and Claire McNeilly discuss what happened in the second week of hearings.
    Together, they welcomed Nicola Brook, Fiona Humphries and Sarah Kirk, who each gave their own perspective on this week's hearings and witnesses.
    If you've lost a loved one to Covid-19, it isn't too late to be part of the Covid Inquiry. For more information on how to instruct legal representation, visit our website here: https://www.jacksonlees.co.uk/BroudieJacksonCanter/services/covid-inquiry

    • 1 hr 1 min
    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C Week 3 | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2C Week 3 | PA Duffy, supported by Broudie Jackson Canter

    The evidential hearings for Module 2C of the UK Covid Inquiry began on 30th April 2024.
    On this week's episode of The Covid Inquiry Podcast, Enda McGarrity and Claire McNeilly discuss what happened in the third and final week of hearings.
    Together, they welcomed Lauren Mallon, Gabriel Scally and Johnny McCambridge, who each gave their own perspective on this week's hearings and witnesses.
    If you've lost a loved one to Covid-19, it isn't too late to be part of the Covid Inquiry. For more information on how to instruct legal representation, visit our website here: https://www.jacksonlees.co.uk/BroudieJacksonCanter/services/covid-inquiry

    • 1 hr 9 min
    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2 Week 1 | Broudie Jackson Canter

    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2 Week 1 | Broudie Jackson Canter

    The evidential hearings for Module 2 of the UK Covid Inquiry began last week, on October 3.
    Nicola Brook was joined by Lorelei King to discuss everything that had happened in the opening week, including opening statements and evidence from the bereaved.
    Together, they welcomed Pete Weatherby KC, Catriona Myles, Enda McGarrity, Thalia Maragh and Liam Powney-Wain who each gave their own perspective on the first week of hearings.
    If you've lost a loved one to Covid-19, it isn't too late to be part of the Covid Inquiry. For more information on how to instruct legal representation, visit our website here: https://www.jacksonlees.co.uk/BroudieJacksonCanter/services/covid-inquiry

    • 25 min
    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2 Week 2 | Broudie Jackson Canter

    The Covid Inquiry Podcast - Module 2 Week 2 | Broudie Jackson Canter

    The evidential hearings for Module 2 of the UK Covid Inquiry began last week, on October 3.
    Nicola Brook was joined by Lorelei King to discuss everything that had happened in the second week of hearings, including evidence from expert witnesses.
    Together, they welcomed Pete Weatherby KC, Fazilet Hadi, Marie-Claire McDermott and Barbara Herbert who each gave their own perspective on the second week of hearings and explained what the Inquiry means to them.
    If you've lost a loved one to Covid-19, it isn't too late to be part of the Covid Inquiry. For more information on how to instruct legal representation, visit our website here: https://www.jacksonlees.co.uk/BroudieJacksonCanter/services/covid-inquiry

    • 50 min

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