Dear Mrs Wright
IN THE MATTER OF FREDERICK ANDREWS - 1978 No 516
Thank you for your letter of 24 May.
I do not consider that it would be appropriate for me to arrange to meet you or other members of your family in regard to your brother's affairs unless the matters which might be disscussed are clearly defined in advance.
You will appreciate that in a case which has been exhaustively reviewed during a long series of hearings before the judge, it would be quite inappropriate for me to attempt to comment upon matters which have already been resolved to the satisfaction of the court.
If the questions which you may wish to raise relate to new aspects of the case I sugest that you should communicate them direct to the Official Solicitor, Mrs Deirdre S Bowers, in the first instance. If you communicate with me I will be bound to consult with her and to obtain her comments and advice before offering any official view.
E A SIMPSON