Kate nurse left three suicide notes
Labour MP Keith Vaz, who is campaigning on behalf of the family, has written a letter to Rhys Holleran, the chief executive of Australian radio company Southern Cross Austereo (SCA), calling for the full facts.
Mr Vaz, who arrived after the hearing, said outside court: “I have not received a response so I think we will need him to respond.
“If you write a letter and you have questions, you really want answers, and that is all the family has wanted - the full facts - as you would want in a circumstance like this.”
The DJs behind the hoax call - Mel Greig and Michael Christian - have given an emotional account of their reaction to Ms Saldanha’s death.
Interviewed on Australian TV networks, the presenters said their prank call to the hospital prompted “a tragic turn of events no one could have predicted or expected”.
SCA, the parent company of 2Day FM, has ended Greig and Christian’s Hot 30 show and suspended prank calls across the company.
Staff at SCA have been forced to move into safe house accommodation and managers have recruited 24-hour bodyguards for their protection, according to reports.
Australian news website news.co.au said police have launched an investigation due to staff receiving death threats, with one letter specifically targeting Christian.
The letter reportedly said there are “bullets out there with your (Christian’s) name on” and contained further threats involving a shotgun.
Ms Saldanha’s body was released after the hearing.
A Westminster City Council spokesman said: “The body was released to the undertakers on behalf of the family at approximately 11am.”
Mr Vaz later released a copy of a letter he had written to John Lofthouse, chief executive of King Edward VII’s Hospital.
It contained a reference to comments made by David Cameron that “having the full facts of the case” allows people to come to terms with what has happened.
Mr Vaz wrote: “I have dealt with similar cases in the past and I would agree with the Prime Minister that the family need to get the full facts, from the time she took the call from 2Day FM to the time she was found in her accommodation.”
The letter said Ms Saldanha’s family would take up the hospital’s offer of bereavement counselling and that they had also given the institution a list of questions they wanted answered.