Mr Mubenga died at Heathrow on 12 October 2010 after being restrained by G4S escorts on board a BA aeroplane during the course of his planned deportation to Angola. This was the first ever death of someone subject to immigration control at such a stage of an escorted removal from the UK and it resulted in considerable comment and debate in Parliament, the media and amongst the wider public. On 17 July 2012, the Crown Prosecution Service announced that it would not bring charges against the escorts or G4S. The jury inquest before the West London Coroner’s Court has been listed for eight weeks and will consider a wide range of circumstantial issues in accordance with the requirements of article 2 of the ECHR.