Hosted on the website 38 Degrees, the campaign is aiming to hit the key 100,000-signature threshold needed to trigger a debate in Parliament as to what caused the death of seven-year-old Zane at his home in Thameside, Chertsey, on February 8.
Zane died from an unspecified illness, believed to be related to floodwater in the family home.No need for a debate:
Surrey Police said today: ‘Further tests have now been completed by the pathologist who has given a result of carbon monoxide intoxication.
‘A petrol-driven pump was seized from inside the home address at the time of Zane’s death and Surrey Police is conducting further inquiries to establish whether there is any liability or criminal offences in respect of the hire company who provided this equipment.’What about the parents who used the pump?
Vijay Ganapathy, from law firm Leigh Day, who is representing the Gbangbola family, said: ‘We welcome this full post-mortem report, which will form part of the information provided to the coroner when the full inquest into Zane’s death takes place.
‘We await further information provided by other agencies following their investigations, as many questions still remain unanswered into what toxins were present within the property on the night of Zane’s death.’Is 'utter stupidity' considered a toxin?