7/7 inquests draw to a close
The inquests into the deaths of those killed in the 7 July attacks in London six years ago have drawn to a close.
Thursday was the 73rd day of evidence into the deaths of 52 innocent victims killed by fundamentalist Mohammed Sidique Khan and three accomplices on London's transport network.
There will be a wait before verdicts, with two days set aside for legal argument on 10 and 11 March. The coroner will then retire.
June Kelly reports from the Royal Courts of Justice.
03 Mar 2011
- From the section UK