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Watch our special programme into the AAIB report out today analysing safety shortcomings that lead to the Shoreham air crash, as well as the knock-on effects for the local community.
We looked at the report in detail discussing the route the plane took before it crashed; we spoke to the parents of victim Jacob Schilt; the future for the pilot Andy Hill; an update from the Civil Aviation Authority; an interview with James Healy-Pratt the solicitor representing a number of the victims' families and people in Shoreham for their reaction.
In a special programme in March last year, the Air Accident Investigation Branch released an interim report into the Shoreham Airshow crash. Fred and Stacey outlined what happened on that fatal day in August 2015, looking back on the role of the pilot and the effect on the local community.
Tim Loughton MP for East Worthing and Shoreham has welcomed today's AAIB report but also said there is a lot of work still to be done by all involved.
He says airshows like Shoreham should definitely still go ahead but with the maximum safety requirements - for both those in the air and those on the ground.
Many families have found it impossible to talk about their heartbreak after the Shoreham airshow crash. Many are angry at the unanswered questions and the lack of accountability.
The parents of Matt Grimstone, one of the young footballers who died, say: "Apart from anything that the pilot may have got wrong, it's very evident the CAA and the Shoreham Airshow organisers have got much to answer for."
Meanwhile, the parents of 23-year-old footballer Jacob Schilt, who was in the same car as Matt Grimstone, say they're shocked by the failings of all involved.
Andy Dickenson speaks to Bob and Caroline Schilt.
The appalling loss of life in the Shoreham airshow crash had a profound effect not just on the families and friends of the victims, but also on the wider community. Some people have told ITV Meridian that Shoreham has never been the same since. Malcolm Shaw has been talking to those who've been trying to create something positive - to honour those who died, and to help the community begin to recover.
Our reporter Rachel Hepworth has spent the morning in a briefing at the AAIB head quarters in Aldershot to find out more details about the fatal crash that happened in August 2015.
She sent the below package with further details on what the published report means.
A new date has been set for the rescheduled pre-inquest review into the 11 deaths following the Shoreham air crash - for Tuesday 20th June.
It will be held by West Sussex Coroner Penelope Schofield.
The pre-inquest review was rescheduled due to the ongoing Police investigation and so that the Air Accident Investigation Branch final report could be considered.
A pre-inquest review hearing is an administrative hearing and no evidence will be heard.
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The 52-year-old, from Hertfordshire, was thrown from the plane during the crash and taken to hospital in a critical condition.
Bob and Caroline Schilt told ITV News it is "extraordinary" certain safety rules were not required of the organisers of the 2015 airshow.