Boris Berezovsky's family has been asked why 'potentially significant' information was only presented to a coroner two days before his inquest was set to resume.
ITV News' Romilly Weeks reports from Windsor Guildhall:
Coroner asking Berezovsky's family why he only received information of potential significance to inquest 2 days before
Coroner says he will carry on with hearing regardless
The inquest into Mr Berezovsky's death was opened and quickly adjourned shortly after his death in March last year.
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