Details of request “Investigations into the deaths of patients with a learning disability

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
4256529  sent  2019-03-18 17:05:59 +0000  waiting_response  2019-03-18 17:05:59 +0000  waiting_response  outgoing  
4261767  response  2019-03-19 12:07:03 +0000    2019-03-19 13:11:56 +0000  waiting_response  incoming  
4261950  status_update  2019-03-19 13:11:56 +0000  waiting_response  2019-03-19 13:11:56 +0000  waiting_response   
4360910  response  2019-04-09 13:03:34 +0100    2019-04-09 13:09:11 +0100  partially_successful  incoming  
4360927  status_update  2019-04-09 13:09:11 +0100  partially_successful  2019-04-09 13:09:11 +0100  partially_successful   
4856850  edit  2019-07-10 03:46:33 +0100         
4856851  edit  2019-07-10 03:46:33 +0100         
4856852  edit  2019-07-10 03:46:33 +0100         
4856853  edit  2019-07-10 03:46:33 +0100         
4856854  edit  2019-07-10 03:46:33 +0100         

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