The relative of a woman who died in the Birmingham pub bombings has described the decision not to re-open the inquiry into attacks as 'a sham'.
Julie Hambleton, whose 18-year-old sister Maxine died in 1974, told ITV News Central that victims' families had been treated like 'cannon fodder'.
She was speaking following a meeting with bosses at West Midlands Police headquarters.
Police have confirmed to ITV News Central that a device left in Birmingham on the night of the pub bombings has been lost.
After almost 40 years, one of the six men jailed for the Birmingham pub bombings revisited the prison they were held in during their trial.