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COVID inquiry: how it works, and when we will know if it is successful

By Emma Ireton, Associate Professor, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University
The COVID inquiry has already made plenty of headlines, revealing the inner workings of the government and its many personalities during the pandemic. But other than gripping television, what can we ultimately expect from this exercise?

People who feel they have been negatively affected by the response to the pandemic may hope for the inquiry to lead to sanctions against officials or compensation. But this is not the role of a public inquiry.

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