Londoner among victims remembered on 10th anniversary of Bali bombings

Dan Miller and Polly Brooks with friends on their wedding day.
Dan Miller died just five weeks after his wedding day. Photo: Family handout, PA

Londoner Dan Miller - who died only five weeks after his wedding in 2002 - is among those who have been remembered at a memorial service to the victims of the Bali bombings.

He was among the 202 people, including 28 Britons, who were killed when a terror group launched an attack on two nightclubs in Indonesia. His wife Polly Brooks survived, but suffered terrible burns.

Today, 10 years on, a special service was held in St James's Park where a stone memorial to the victims has been built.

Foreign Office Minister Hugo Swire speaking at the memorial service.
Foreign Office Minister Hugo Swire said the bombings left an "indelible mark" on Britain's national memory. Credit: Sky News pool.

Dan's mother Felicity Miller says her family has never been the same since the death of her son.

Susanna Miller, Dan's sister, is calling for one of the Bali bombing suspects - who is currently being detained in the US - to face trial in an international court: