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Should more have been done to save Lord Milo Douglas?

When Lord Milo Douglas, the bipolar son of the Marquess of Queensberry, killed himself, the health authorities were well aware of his suicidal feelings. His family want to know how he slipped through the net. For Lady Queensberry, no official explanation can answer the abiding question. 'My question is, what else could Milo have done to make himself heard? And that question wasn’t answered. How much more do you have to do to show that you are seeking help desperately and you are very likely to kill yourself?

Today's Daily Telegraph tells the story>>>

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