Families of some Omagh bomb victims are to meet the Northern Ireland secretary of state this afternoon

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omaghbombThe families of some Omagh bomb victims are to meet the Northern Ireland secretary of state this afternoon to further their campaign for a public inquiry into the attack.
It comes days after Theresa Villiers ruled out their request for a cross-border inquiry into the 1998 attack.
She said there were “insufficient grounds” for a further inquiry.
The families will meet with Theresa Villiers at 330pm this afternoon.
Speaking ahead of the meeting, Michael Gallagher, who lost his son in the Omagh bomb, said he doesn’t expect a change of heart from Theresa Villiers:
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