Aftermath of July 7 bombings
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Coroner rules 7 July evidence 'must be heard in public'

Home Secretary Theresa May has lost a legal bid to force the 7 July inquests to hear top-secret evidence behind closed doors.

Earlier this month, coroner Lady Justice Hallett rejected pleas to exclude victims' relatives from hearings relating to MI5's knowledge of the bombers before the attacks.

Two Appeal Court judges sitting in the High Court have now upheld that ruling.

June Kelly reports.

  • 22 Nov 2010
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