'Suicidal co-pilot should have been grounded'
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Father's call for answers over Germanwings crash

Three British passengers were on board a Germanwings plane in March, when co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately crashed in the French Alps killing 149 people.

The family and friends of the victims have spent the last eight months trying to come to terms with what happened but they are also still searching for answers.

Phil Bramley lost his son Paul in the crash - he was 28 years old. In his first national TV interview, Phil told Victoria Derbyshire he didn't understand why the co-pilot was allowed to fly given his medical history.

He said he wanted a proper memorial and "transparency" about the incident from the airline, which is part of the Lufthansa group.

  • 12 Nov 2015
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