Progress of the Inquiry
The Inquiry began on 28 June 2022. Its investigations are organised into Modules. Throughout each of these Modules, the Inquiry hears evidence from witnesses, experts and Core Participants through a series of corresponding hearings.Structure of the Inquiry
This broadcast is scheduled. You will be able to stream it below or on our YouTube channel (opens in new tab) from 10:30am on 11 December 2023.
The broadcast for this hearing will be available soon.
Every Story Matters
We are inviting you to tell us about your experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Every Story Matters is an online form that asks you to choose from a list of topics and then tell us about what happened. By taking part, you help us to understand the effect of Covid-19, the response of the authorities, and any lessons that can be learned.Find out more and take part
Updates from the Inquiry
Every Story Matters: Inquiry visits Birmingham to hear people’s pandemic experiences, new contracts awarded
Inquiry Chair Baroness Hallett and Inquiry Secretary Ben Connah were in Birmingham yesterday, hearing and learning from local people about their pandemic experiences. This was the first in a planned series of nationwide Every Story Matters events, where the public are invited to share first-hand how the pandemic affected them.
The Inquiry is aiming to hold preliminary hearings for Module 5 in early 2024.
Update: Preliminary hearing for Core UK decision-making and political governance – Scotland (Module 2A) on Thursday 26 October
The Inquiry will be holding a further preliminary hearing for its investigations into ‘Core UK decision-making and political governance – Scotland (Module 2A)’