The legal team representing the Justice for the 21 campaign says it will be a stain on the Government if families of the Birmingham Pub Bombing victims aren't given legal aid in the upcoming inquests.
Last month a coroner ruled there would be new inquests for victims of the 1974 bombings, but with the first hearings due in October, time is running out to pay for lawyers.
Today Hillsborough campaigner Louise Brookes met Pub Bombings campaigner Julie Hambleton in a show of solidarity. Chris Halpin reports.
A coroner has ruled that inquests into the Birmingham pub bombings can be reopened after receiving "significant" new information.
"How dare he make such horrendous statements over the airwaves."
A decision is expected today on whether to open new inquests into the deaths of the 21 victims of the Birmingham pub bombings.