MI5 'should work' with 7/7 inquest pleads victims relatives
The decision of the coroner in the 7 July inquest to accept evidence in open court from MI5 officers is to be appealed by the government.
The Home Office says making such material public could damage national security and put lives at risk.
Meanwhile, the inquests have continued to hear evidence from survivors of the Edgware Road blast.
June Kelly reports.
09 Nov 2010
- From the section UK