House of Commons
As this motion is using historical data, we may not have the record of the original ordering, in which case signatories are listed alphabetically.
SIR JOHN MAY'S INQUIRY
EDM #100
Tabled 20 May 1992
1992-93 Session
That this House is concerned at reports that Sir John May's inquiry into the 11 wrongful convictions arising from the Guildford and Woolwich pub bombings is about to be abandoned; believes that this was inevitable once it became clear that Sir John was unwilling to participate in a whitewash; notes that a decision to abandon the inquiry will spare Sir Peter Imbert, Commander Jim Nevill, Commander Bill Hucklesbury and Michael Hill QC the embarrassment of having to explain their role in achieving and sustaining these convictions; further notes that the reputation of the late Lord Havers will remain intact; and hopes that, if the inquiry is to be abandoned, the Home Secretary will have the courtesy to come before the House and explain why.

Signatures (30)