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"Many of the questions which you attached to your letter will be, or already have been, addressed by our inquiry. I would expect that our council will provide a copy of the conclusions," Lofthouse wrote.
Southern Cross Austereo said in its letter, "Southern Cross Austereo is co-operating with the Australian Communications and Media Authority official inquiry in Australia".
Labour MP Keith Vaz, who is acting as the family spokesman, said: "I welcome the fact that the hospital is conducting an internal inquiry, although I am disappointed that it will take such a long time for the results to be made available to the family".
"I feel that it would have been in the family's best interest that there should have been an independent element of the inquiry rather than it being chaired by Lord Glenarthur," Vaz said.
The inquest into Saldanha's death will begin on March 26.
Vaz said, "the family have appointed John Cooper QC to act on their behalf for the purpose of the inquest."
"The family will consider in due course any further representation that they may need," Vaz added.
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