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Guildford Pub Bombings

Volume 115: debated on Thursday 7 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department why no mention was made in his Department's memorandum on the Guildford bombing case of the medical inquiry into the condition of Carole Richardson conducted at the request of the senior medical officer at HM remand centre, Risley, in April 1986; and if he will make a statement.

[pursuant to his reply, 9 April, c. 364]: We took account of the report in the consideration of the case which preceded my right hon. Friend's statement on 20 January this year at columns 735–38. But we did not think it right for the memorandum supplementing that statement to make any reference to a medical report which, so far as we were aware, had not been made public by Miss Richardson's solicitors.We are giving further consideration to the report in the context of the representations about the case which have been made since 20 January.