Clarke rules out July 7 inquiry
There will be no public inquiry into the July 7 terrorist atrocities in London, the Home Office has confirmed.
A spokesperson said: "The Government is not proposing to hold a public inquiry into the events of July 7."
The BBC have reported that the government will instead publish a report based upon information from police and the security services, and civil servants. All very suspicious. It has been denounced by the Muslim association of Britain.
For a more valid intepretation of what happened on 7/7/05, here are some good sources of information:
This article was subsequently 'hidden' on the grounds that it breached Indymedia UK's editorial guidelines.
The editorial guidelines are:
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Does it strike anyone else that censorship of an article posted under Repression that has a link to this blog is in itself repressive?