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An inquest into the deaths of two workers crushed beneath a collapsed British Rail bridge was reduced to farce this week when Tilbury Douglas engineer David Anderson refused to answer any questions.Mr Anderson feared he may be incriminated and on the advice of his legal counsel refused to reply to questions from a barrage of lawyers at Southwark Coroner's Court.Coroner Sir Montague Levine adjourned the hearing on Tuesday to find out whether Tilbury Douglas workers had a right not to ...

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