In August 2015, Jourdain died after falling from balcony during an argument with her boyfriend. Her boyfriend was arrested at the scene and there followed a detailed police investigation which was referred to the CPS for a decision on charging him. Initially, the CPS said there was not enough evidence for a prosecution. The family were devastated and appealed that decision. The CPS then indicated they would prosecute for manslaughter but then reversed that decision yet again claiming the original decision was correct. Jourdain’s mother, Tracey, is lodging a judicial review to challenge the CPS decision not to charge.

Watch the full interview with Tracey and her solicitor Harriet Wistrich on the Victoria Derbyshire Show here (dated 31/05/18) – https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b05qqk5c