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“It was difficult to assess his overall demeanour and honesty.In the circumstances I conclude I could not form any reliable view as to his honesty.” Lawyers representing Poppi’s mother said she was relieved to have some answers about what happened to her daughter after a “nightmare” five years.Fiona Mc Ghie, of Irwin Mitchell, said: “Not knowing what happened to Poppi on that day, and knowing that there were evidence-gathering failures by the police in the very early stages of the investigation, has made things even worse.At Penn State, we view sustainability as the simultaneous pursuit of human health and happiness, environmental quality, and economic well-being for current and future generations.As an institution of higher learning—and, more importantly, as Penn State—we have a responsibility to our students, our institution, and our greater society to teach, embody, and communicate a world view that allows the collective "we" to prosper, both now and in the future.

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“I refer to my previous statements under Rule 22,” the 49-year-old repeated.

David Roberts, HM senior coroner for Cumbria, said Mr Worthington’s account did not “stand up to scrutiny”.

Paul Worthington scurried in through the back door of County Hall in Kendal, shielded by police officers and pursued by press photographers and reporters.

The 49-year-old is due to appear as the main witness in the second inquest into the death of Poppi, who collapsed suddenly at her Barrow-in-Furness home on 12 December 2012.

As Pennsylvania's only land-grant university, Penn State has a broad mission of teaching, research, and public service.