Despite a decades-long campaign, the Ministry of Justice refuses to allow access to automatic legal aid in the event of a state-related death.
There are some good recommendations. The question is whether they'll ever get implemented.
Campaigners have called their use a violation of human rights. What would Ken Marsh MBE have to say?
Currently, if a loved one dies in the care of the NHS, the state conducts an inquest to establish exactly what happened. Often, however, the health authorities are provided expert legal guidance, while the families of victims get nothing.
Deaths in the British prison system are at an all-time high.
Unsurprisingly, no one I spoke to was that pleased about the results.