The inquests will resume today into the deaths of two children killed by their father and found in a country lane in Hampshire.
The bodies of six-year-old Freya and seven-year-old Ben were found alongside their father in Newton Stacey, near Andover. They'd been stabbed.
Their father, Michael, 51, also died of stab wounds. Following his death, it emerged he had been a survivor of an IRA bomb attack in Hyde Park in 1982, along with his horse Sefton, who famously recovered from horrific wounds caused by the explosion, which killed four soldiers and seven horses.
It was also revealed that the former army sergeant had recently split from his wife, with whom he ran a haulage business.
The inquest will take place in front of the Central Hampshire Coroner in Winchester.
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