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Inquest into university student’s death postponed

PUBLISHED: 13:07 02 September 2019 | UPDATED: 14:55 02 September 2019

The UEA, Earlham Road entrance. A pre-inquest into the death of UEA student Theo Brennan-Hulme has been heard in Norwich. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The UEA, Earlham Road entrance. A pre-inquest into the death of UEA student Theo Brennan-Hulme has been heard in Norwich. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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The inquest into the death of a University of East Anglia student has been postponed while arrangements including witnesses and documentary evidence are finalised.

Theo Brennan-Hulme, 21, was found dead on campus on March 12.

The creative writing and literature student's inquest, which opened on March 18, gave his cause of death as hanging.

A pre-inquest hearing at Norfolk Coroner's Court in Norwich on Monday discussed the statements to be read and witnesses to be called at Mr Brennan-Hulme's full inquest, which is expected to take place around March 2020.

This included a statement from his family and witnesses from the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT), the region's mental health trust, UEA and a GP working at the university.

Another pre-inquest hearing will take place on December 17 - originally the scheduled date for the full inquest.

- For help at UEA contact SSS either by calling 01603 592761 or emailing studentsupport@uea.ac.uk.

- Need to talk? Call the free Samaritans number on 116 123, 24 hours a day.


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