Hearings resume on Monday 20 September at 09:30 with Chapter 11 evidence covering the detonation of the bomb and its effect.
A schedule for next week’s oral evidence is available here.
The Manchester Arena Inquiry is an independent public inquiry, established on 22 October 2019 by the Home Secretary. The purpose of the Manchester Arena Inquiry is to investigate the deaths of the victims of the 2017 Manchester Arena attack.
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The Inquiry is hearing Chapter 10 evidence covering the emergency response.
The Inquiry heard evidence from independent policing experts Scott Wilson, Ian Dickinson and Iain Sirrell.
The hearing was streamed to the Inquiry YouTube channel. The stream was operating on a 10-minute delay.