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Fury as Home Office rejects inquiry into July 7 bombings

Politicians and victims have criticised the Government's decision not to hold a public inquiry into the July 7 terrorist atrocities.
The Home Office confirmed last night that there would be no public inquiry into the attacks on London's transport network.

A spokesman said: 'The Government is not proposing to hold a public inquiry into the events of July 7.'