As the world wakes up to 2016 we would like to wish you all a Happy New Year. We thank you all for your love and support and ask you please not allow Zane's death to become a 'last year issue'. The fight goes on.
The inquest touching the death of Zane has been delayed for 5 months to allow to further investigate new evidence recording very high levels of "25,000 parts per million of hydrogen cyanide" in his home. Evidence showed that the matter was taken "extremely seriously" when Government's Cobra emergency committee meetings were held in relation to Zane's death. Environment Agency National Emergency Incident documents were redacted to prevent the public and media knowing the truth.
The 30-day inquest will begin on 13 June, with further pre-inquest review in February.