MI6 death verdict: 'No unlawful killing' says coroner

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The coroner heading the inquest into the death of MI6 officer Gareth Williams has said she cannot consider an unlawful killing verdict.

With her decision due later, Fiona Wilcox said a narrative verdict was most appropriate, as an open verdict would not do justice to the case.

The body of the 31-year-old code-breaker from Anglesey was found locked in a bag in his London flat in 2010.

The BBC's Sangita Myska reports on the coroner's decision.

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