A full inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly is surely needed to allay any doubts about his sad death.
It will be recalled that the normal inquest procedure was suspended by the then Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer.
Medical opinion continues to cast doubt on the cause of death.There are evidential doubts too. There is also a most unusual if not unprecedented embargo of 70 years on the release of Dr. Kelly's medical records.
The Hutton inquiry substituting for an inquest only briefly looked at the medical evidence.
Dr. Kelly served his country. In all conscience a proper inquest is needed.