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4 March 2015, 12:46 | Updated: 4 March 2015, 17:47
A woman whose sister was killed in the Birmingham pub bombings 40 years ago has met with the Home Secretary in her bid for justice.
Campaigners for justice after the Birmingham pub bombings described today's meeting with Theresa May as "positive".
They are demanding for an inquest into the attacks which killed 21 people and injured another 182 when suspected IRA bombs exploded in two city centre pubs on November 21 1974.
Families hope to lift a a 75-year embargo apparently placed on state papers related to the 1974 attacks and the subsequent police investigation by West Midlands Police.
Julie Hambleton is one of the campaigners who visited Downing Street today.
She spoke to Heart yesterday to outline exactly what they hoped the meeting would achieve...