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  Forgiveness 15 January 2004  
Patrick McGee and Jo Berry
When the conservative MP and uncle of the late Princess of Wales Sir Anthony Berry died in the IRA bomb attack on the Grand Hotel in Brighton 20 years ago, it tore the life of his daughter Jo asunder.

Her battle to come to terms with her father's death culminated in meeting Patrick Magee, the man jailed for the bombing, in a Dublin hotel three years ago - a meeting recorded in an award-winning Everyman documentary.

Now the story of their developing friendship forms the centre-piece of an exhibition called The F-word: images of forgiveness at the Oxo Tower in London.

Patrick Magee and Jo Berry join Jenni to talk about their meeting.

'The F word: images of forgiveness' exhibition is at the Oxo Tower, Oxo Tower Wharf, London until 1 February, entrance is free

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