As Minister responsible for the aftercare of victims, I have been asked to reply to this question.
Last year I invited representatives of all 52 bereaved families to meet me. As a result of this I met with family members and partners of 25 of the 52 people who lost their lives, at three meetings arranged by my Department in the autumn, to discuss their experiences and the lessons we might learn. I also met with several other bereaved families after the service of remembrance on the
I met with a number of survivors at the service of remembrance and have arranged a series of more formal meetings, involving the Metropolitan Police and
My Department will also be involving bereaved families and survivors in our plans for a fitting act of commemoration on