Son of Birmingham pub bombings victim says resumed inquests are 'game-changer'
Paul Thrupp whose father was killed in the Birmingham pub bombings says the decision to resume victims' inquests is a "game-changer" that will help his family "come to terms" with their grief.
Mr Thrupp was in his teens when dad Trevor was killed aged 33.
He said reopening the inquests was "the first step forward for many years".
"The whole process for the family in terms of coming to terms with our grief will be aided by the reopening of the inquests."
01 Jun 2016
- From the section Birmingham & Black Country