Failure to bring charges in Jimmy Mubenga case ‘perverse’, says peer


A former chief inspector of prisons has condemned the decision not to bring charges against three G4S guards over the death of a detainee as “perverse”, insisting a senior coroner should now oversee an inquest.

Speaking during a House of Lords debate on Thursday, the crossbencher Lord Ramsbotham, called on ministers to ensure public funds would be available for an inquest into the death of Jimmy Mubenga, who died after being restrained by the guards on a British Airways flight. Ramsbotham’s comments are particularly

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