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7/7 inquest had 'very narrow remit'

Relatives of those killed in the 7/7 terrorist attacks in London say they want a full public inquiry into the atrocities, following the completion of the inquest yesterday.

Lady Butler-Sloss, the distinguished judge who was the coroner at the inquest into Princess Diana's death, and Graham Foulkes, whose son David was killed in the Edgware Road tube bombing, debate what role inquests should play in such extreme matters.

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