- Conservative activist Elliott Johnson, from Wisbech, took his own life, coroner rules
- No connection between Mr Johnson's redundancy from campaign group and his death, coroner adds
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Today we've been bringing you news of the inquest into the death of Conservative activist Elliott Johnson, which a coroner concluded was suicide.
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The coroner has told the inquest he is "satisfied beyond all reasonable doubt" that Elliott Johnson took his own life and "intended to do so".
"In his own mind he regarded himself as a failure and that he was being bullied," Tom Osborne said in his conclusion.
Conservative activist Elliott Johnson believed at the time of his death "that he had been bullied and had been betrayed", the coroner has concluded.Copyright: Johnson family
But in his summing up, Tom Osborne told the inquest he did not find "that there is any connection between the redundancy notice that he had and the altercation and the complaint".
The inquest into the death of Elliott Johnson, from Wisbech, has concluded that the 21-year-old Conservative activist died "as a result of suicide", and that there was no connection between his redundancy from Conservative Way Forward and his death.
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We've just heard that due to a power cut at the court house in Ampthill, the conclusion in the Elliott Johnson inquest has been delayed.
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The coroner has retired to consider his verdict at the inquest into the death of 21-year-old Conservative activist Elliott Johnson.
He is expected to deliver his verdict after 16:00.
Ray Johnson has told the inquest it was his "firm belief" his son's employment at campaign group Conservative Way Forward was ended because of Mark Clarke.
Elliott Johnson was made redundant shortly after complaining about bullying by the activist in August 2015.Copyright: PA
Mr Johnson said the opening paragraph in his son's redundancy letter read "more like a notice of disciplinary action" by Conservative Way Forward.
Earlier the organisation's chief executive Paul Abbott told the hearing there was "no link" between Elliott's complaint and the decision to make him redundant.
The father of Elliott Johnson has told an inquest there was "no indication at all" that his son might be considering taking his own life in the weeks leading to his death.Copyright: Johnson Family
Ray Johnson, from Wisbech, told the inquest his son was was "on good form" at a family wedding (above) three days before his death.
He said his son "was having the time of his life" while he was working for Conservative Way Forward.
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Kensington Palace has announced that Prince Harry will meet staff at Papworth Hospital who saved the life of an Invictus Games gold medal winner.
Sgt Elizabeth Marks told Prince Harry, who presented her with the prize in Florida, to hand it to the medical team at the hospital.
The swimmer, 25, from Arizona, became gravely ill when she collapsed with a lung condition on the eve of the first games in London in 2014.
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Ray Johnson, father of Elliott Johnson, is due to give evidence at the inquest this afternoon.
He and his wife Alison say that a verdict will help fill in the gaps that remain in their son's final weeks.
Mr Johnson said the inquest was "the very start of the process" for them.Copyright: BBC/Laurence Cawley
"We are under no illusions that the coroner will come back and say Elliott killed himself," he said.
"But we are hoping he will allude to reasons as to why Elliott took his own life and may make recommendations to prevent it happening again."