Responding to David Cameron's announcement of an independent inquiry into the Government's process of sending secret letters to IRA suspects, the President of the Docklands Victims Association, told ITV News that the victims in Northern Ireland and the UK "have been far too forgotten."
Jonathan Ganesh, who was injured during the Docklands bombing in 1996, said that "to actually give somebody immunity... causes great concern."
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