The father of Fusilier Lee Rigby has said he wants an apology from Britain's intelligence services after accusing them of failing to prevent his son's murder.
A parliamentary inquiry, released on Tuesday, said that despite operational mistakes, security agencies could not have stopped Rigby's murder in May 2013.
But Phil McClure told The Times that M15, M16 and GCHQ were partly to blame for not identifying extremists Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, both of whom are serving life sentences for his son's death.
“All of them have a bit of blame haven’t they?” Mr McClure told the newspaper.
“All we want really is a good apology off them.”
Lee Rigby's stepdad and sister criticised social media companies for failing to notify the authorities of users plotting a terror attack.
ITV's UK Editor Rohit Kachroo looks at the findings of a report into the extent of intelligence agencies' knowledge of Lee Rigby's killers