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On 3 March 2006, The Football Association established an enquiry to be headed by Lord Stevens, former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police and former head of an enquiry into corruption in cricket.
In 1888 an enquiry into the collapse was set up. In February, realising that he may be in legal trouble, Lawson applied to the enquiry to be allowed counsel to defend him.
In a document submitted to the public enquiry into the Canadian government use of the Emergencies Act, the Ontario Provincial Police stated that Bulford leaked the Prime Minister's schedule, a claim that he denied while giving evidence at the enquiry.
At a Commonwealth enquiry Kingsford Smith vehemently denied any collusion or staging the event to gain attention, and the board of enquiry agreed.
In 1986, the federal government launched an enquiry into Derrickson's tenure as chief in the form of the Hall Commission. The enquiry cleared him of any wrong-doing.
He served on the Commission of Naval Enquiry appointed to investigate malpractice in the navy 1802–05, but he was then in ill health, and could not attend regularly.
He was appointed to hear the enquiry into the human remains found in the basement of Dr.
On 15 September Shove gave evidence at the House of Lords to a Design Commission enquiry on design and behaviour in the built environment.
Sethupathi and Muruganandham appear before an enquiry of three officials to prove the former's innocence.
An official enquiry and report into the outbreak was commissioned by the Secretary of State for Scotland.
A confidential enquiry is an enquiry designed to improve health and health care by collecting data, identifying any shortfalls in the care provided and devising recommendations to improve future care.
In 2008 he was the subject of a parliamentary enquiry after it was claimed that he raised thousands of pounds for his local party by hosting constituents on visits to the House of Commons.
In the event, the Anderson enquiry did not proceed.
The Hetherington Enquiry report was published on 9 September 2011.
Béla convened 'Economy for the Common Good - The Care Economy Enquiry' at Caux in July 2016 alongside the TIGE Conference.
Einstein believed that when trying to understand nature one should engage in both philosophical enquiry and enquiry through the natural sciences.
Allegations concerning Peters's involvement with Simunovich Fisheries and former Member of Parliament Ross Meurant, who was engaged as both adviser to Peters and in undefined business activities with Peter Simunovich (managing director of Simunovich Fisheries), culminated in a Parliamentary Select Committee enquiry into what became known as the 'scampi enquiry'.
After the end of the war, in November 1945, a formal enquiry was held on Leonardi's behaviour; the enquiry concluded that the admiral had done everything he could during the invasion of Sicily, and in 1947 he was awarded a Silver Medal of Military Valor.
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