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Service remembers Brighton bomb

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A memorial service is to be held to mark the 25th anniversary of the IRA bomb attack on Brighton's Grand Hotel.

The blast on 12 October, 1984, which was aimed at the British government, killed five people and seriously injured 34.

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was unharmed, and her Cabinet colleague, Lord Tebbit was rescued from the rubble alongside his injured wife Margaret.

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