7/7 survivors end battle for public inquiry into bombings

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Esther Addley
London Guardian
Aug 2, 2011

Survivors and relatives of those who died in the 7 July bombings have abandoned their legal attempt to force the government to hold a public inquiry into the attacks, acknowledging that proceedings would be likely to be unsuccessful and would cause “further unnecessary distress”.

Fifty-two people were killed and more than 700 injured by four suicide bombers on the London transport network in 2005. An inquest into the murders, presided over by the high court judge Lady Justice Hallett, found in May that the attacks could not be blamed on failures by MI5 and that it was unlikely that any of those who died would have survived had the emergency service response been swifter.

After the verdicts a number of bereaved relatives said important questions remained unanswered. They called for an independent public inquiry to examine, in particular, the question of whether the attacks could have been prevented.

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But the solicitor for 25 survivors and bereaved family members who were challenging the government’s decision not to hold a public inquiry has confirmed that they will drop their legal proceedings – signalling, in effect, that all formal inquiries into the bombings are now at an end.

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