1. A meeting between Home Office officials and the Oxfordshire Coroner
In a post from 2006 on Rowena Thursby's blog, I believe David Kelly did not commit suicide - and I will prove it, we find Norman Baker MP making the following comment:
A parliamentary question I asked has now revealed that this meeting followed an unusual, even irregular, meeting between Home Office officials and the coroner on August 11. Doubtless the officials were able to help guide the coroner on the way forward.
The original article by Norman Baker MP appeared in the Mail on Sunday, I understand.
According to the BBC's Conspiracy Files, the meeting was with officials from the Department of Constitutional Affairs.
Is it possible that Nicholas Gardiner met with officials from both departments?
2. A meeting between Lord Hutton and Janice Kelly
According to the BBC's Conspiracy Files we read for 26th July 2003,
Lord Hutton has a private meeting with Janice Kelly and immediate family members which lasts an hour. He is accompanied by James Dingemans QC, senior counsel to the Inquiry.
In 2003 we certainly seem to have been living in interesting times!