'Forward forever, backward never' - A legacy for Mikey Powell

Tippa Naphtali on the death of his cousin Mikey Powell in 2003, and the long lasting legacy his family have built for him and other families like them.Read more

Remembering my 19 year-old son Jake

Mother Mary Foxall writes about the death of her 19 year old son, Jake at Glen Parva prison in November 2015.Read more

Almost ten years without true justice

FAMILY BLOG: Marcia Rigg speaks about the decade-long fight for justice for her brother, SeanRead more

New crowdfunder launched to help INQUEST challenge the state’s response to deaths and push for ‘Hillsborough Law’

Whilst public bodies use public money to defend themselves, many bereaved families are not entitled to that right. A new Crowdfunder working to implement Hillsborough Law attempts to change that.Read more

First ever review on deaths in police custody supports key INQUEST recommendations and is an opportunity to save lives

INQUEST BLOG: The Angiolini Review offers the government a blueprint for change to urgently implement in the face of numerous recent concerning deathsRead more

"Beth's family and friends lost the chance to say goodbye"

FAMILY BLOG: Aldyth, mother of Beth Smith, talks about the family's determination to find out the truth about her daughters death.Read more

Publication of the Farmer review on strengthening prisoners’ family ties

INQUEST BLOG: The Farmer Review is published by the Ministry of Justice on The Importance of Strengthening Prisoners' Family Ties to Prevent Reoffending and Reduce Intergenerational CrimeRead more

"As a family, we need and deserve the shining light of truth"

FAMILY BLOG: Tony, father of James Herbert, talks about the importance of learning from his sons death.Read more

INQUEST echoes recommendations from Committee for Prevention of Torture on UK detention

INQUEST BLOG: Report reflects some of the ongoing concerns of INQUEST on issues in UK places of detentionRead more