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Family seek 'truth' on G20 death

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The step-son of a newspaper-seller who died during the G20 protests in London, has said the family hope the "full truth will come out in the end".

Paul King was speaking after a second post-mortem found Ian Tomlinson died of an abdominal haemorrhage, not a heart attack, as originally thought.

Mr Tomlinson was pushed over by a policeman during protests on 1 April in the City. An officer has been interviewed under caution for manslaughter.

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