The ultimate responsibility for the Manchester Arena bombing lies with Salman Abedi.
While we should never forget that, it is heartrending for the families who lost loved ones to learn that there were several missed opportunities to prevent the attack.
These included the failure of two stewards to respond effectively to concerns raised by a member of the public, the lack of adequate policing, CCTV black spots and poor security.
It is essential that lessons are learned to try to ensure such an event never happens again.
That is the least the families of the 22 people who died deserve.
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Inquiry chairman Sir John Saunders also gave his support to Martyn’s Law, named in memory of victim Martyn Hett, which would place a legal duty on venue operators to prepare for a possible terrorist attack.
This legislation should be brought in at the earliest opportunity.
The Duchess of Cambridge is right to draw attention to the importance of giving children the best start in life.
All the evidence shows the more you invest in a child’s early education the more you help them thrive at school and at home.
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So we should welcome Kate’s plans for a foundation to support our youngest children.
But if we really want to transform their lives we need the Government to act as well.
Figures yesterday showed that the number of children on free school meals has risen by 420,000 since the pandemic began. The Tories have also overseen the closure of a 1,000 Sure Start centres in the past decade.
Kate’s intentions are admirable. The same cannot be said of this Tory government.
After Wales’ win against Turkey, England take on Scotland on Friday in the Euros.
Whichever national team you support we can all agree it’s great that these home nations are playing at the tournament.