'He's missed out on a lot'
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A woman whose father was killed in the Birmingham pub bombings breaks silence

A woman has spoken for the first time about the death of her father in the Birmingham pub bombings.

Michelle Sealey was only six months old when her dad, Paul Davies, was killed in an explosion whilst walking past the Tavern in the Town pub in 1974. He was 17.

Michelle is now supporting campaigners who are calling for answers ahead of new inquests ordered by the coroner.

She said: "I've missed out on quite a lot, he's missed out on a lot. He would have been a grandfather, a great-grandfather."

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