British to probe MI5 failures in July 2005 bombings

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October 11, 2010 09:28

 
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Britain will begin judicial investigations on Monday to probe alleged failures by its security appartus into the July 2005 London bombings which killed 52 people, AFP reported.

According to the report, the British government has rejected a full independent investigation, but the probe will be able to examine whether the police and MI5 domestic intelligence service failed to do more to prevent the attack.

In May, a judge ruled that the probe would start as a result of a campaign by survivors and relatives of the victims from the bombings.

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