London bombing inquests to start, finally

By Andy Rice 11 October 2010

The inquests into the 7 July 2005 London bombings, which killed 52 people, are set to start on Monday. The hearings, presided over by Royal Courts of Justice in London, are expected to take at least five months. Among the issues she will have to assess is whether intelligence agency M15 could have prevented the bombings.  Read more: BBC News



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