Leveson to probe Swiss coach crash
Friday 22 June 2012
A lawyer for the family of a British schoolboy killed in the Swiss coach crash in March is to appear at the Leveson Inquiry.
Giles Crown, solicitor to the Bowles family, will give evidence to the inquiry into press standards next week, along with David Mellor, Tim Colbourne, a special adviser to the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, and several political editors.
Sebastian Bowles, 11, was among the 22 children who died in the Tunnel de Geronde near the Swiss town of Sierre. His British father and Belgian mother moved to Belgium from north London two years before the accident.
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