Duncan Gardham

A haunting revelation from the Manchester Arena bombing inquiry

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The path to the Manchester Arena bombing inquiry, which opened in September, has been a long one. It had to wait for the extradition from Libya and trial of the bomber’s brother, Hashem Abedi, and then for the first wave of coronavirus. Once underway, it has been a rollercoaster of emotion for the victims’ families, many of whom have sat through every day of the hearings.

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