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Coroner demands action from mental health trust to prevent more deaths after patient takes his own life

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A coroner has told an NHS trust to take action to prevent future deaths after a patient took his own life. Nigel Meadows, senior coroner for Manchester, has written a report following an inquest into the death of Antony Declan Schofield, 52, from Blackley.

He said evidence at the hearing identified eight 'matters of concern' relating to Mr Schofield's death - and that Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust should act. READ MORE: Racist who abused neighbours for years, called them 'scum' and threatened to attack their children spared jail Mr Meadows wrote: "In my opinion, there is a risk that future deaths will occur unless action is taken." The inquest was told Mr Schofield suffered from a recurrent depressive order and had

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