Families react to 'devastating' failures drawn from Manchester Arena bombing inquiry

A Lawyer for families of 11 Manchester bombing victims has reflected on the findings of the final report of the lengthy public inquiry.The significant “missed opportunities” from MI5 to take action that might have prevented the deadly terror attack were laid out on Thursday (2 March).Sir John Saunders, chairman of the inquiry, said a security service officer should have acted more quickly after information came in before Salman Abedi’s suicide bombing killed 22 people on 22 May 2017.