The family of a woman killed in the Birmingham pub bombings say they're outraged by the Northern Ireland Attorney General's call to end prosecutions for Troubles-related killings.
John Larkin has said there should be no further prosecutions, inquests or inquiries into any relevant killings that took place before the signing of the Good Friday agreement in 1998.
Tomorrow marks 39 years since 21 people died when bombs exploded in two pubs in Birmingham city centre. Eighteen-year-old Maxine Hambleton was one of those killed. Her brother Brian and sister Julie are fighting to get justice for the victims.