In applications for judicial review, the High Court had the power to insert words into a coroner's inquisition verdict rather than remit the matter. The power to substitute words could be exercised, with the greatest caution, in circumstances where the decision-maker could not object to the substituted words as being unreflective of his reasonable determination.

[2005] EWHC 1359 (Admin)

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