Graham Foulkes whose son David died in July 7 bombings
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7/7 relatives 'upset' with Home Office appeal against ruling

The government is to appeal against a ruling by the 7 July inquests coroner, who ordered MI5 evidence should be heard in open court.

Lady Justice Hallett ruled last week that she could not exclude the families from the hearings, despite pleas from government lawyers.

They argued that sensitive material concerning what MI5 knew about the bombers could only be heard in secret.

After leaving today's inquest, Julie Nicholson and Graham Foulkes, relatives of victims from 7 July gave their reaction to the Home Office appeal.

  • 09 Nov 2010
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