Manchester terror attack victims may be excluded from parts of inquiry

Disclosing certain evidence would present grave threat to national security, coroner says Bereaved families of Manchester Arena terror victims may be excluded from large parts of an inquiry into the attack after a coroner ruled that evidence from MI5 and police should be kept secret. Sir John Saunders, the coroner of the Manchester Arena inquest, said in a ruling published on Friday that certain highly sensitive intelligence would risk national security if it was made public. Continue reading...