Mr Livesey said: 'We just felt that Siraya was pre-judged.'During the inquest, Mr Livesey told the coroner that Ms Parke had been out the night before with friends but he was told she had not consumed drugs. Because no toxicology tests had been conducted, it was impossible to rule out that Ms Parke had taken Spice, a potent synthetic cannabis, the inquest was told.
The inquest heard how North West Ambulance Service conducted a clinical review of the incident and concluded paramedics had not conducted a full assessment of the patient, for instance by measuring her blood pressure.
A second ambulance should have been called to help, while record-keeping and communication with the family had been 'poor', the report concluded.
Released as the album's lead single in October 1997, it topped the UK Singles Chart on 19 October 1997 for one week, becoming the group's fifth consecutive chart-topper.
This made the Spice Girls the first act to have its first five singles reach number one in the United Kingdom.
Experts said that quicker or different treatment 'would not have altered the outcome'.