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July 7th: Julie Nicholson interview in full

Eddie Mair | 16:33 UK time, Friday, 6 May 2011

We now have the conclusion of the July 7th inquest. You can read more here.

Someone who was at the inquest even more often than Peter Hunt was Julie Nicholson, whose daughter Jenny was killed in the attacks on the Edgware Road train. Julie joined us a few weeks ago to explain why it was important to her, to witness so much of the inquest in person. She's also written a book entitled "A Song for Jenny: A Mother's Story of Love and Loss".

In PM tonight you can hear an edited version of a new interview we've just recorded with Julie. You can hear the full version here:

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