Police “dragged their feet” in introducing technology that would have helped them communicate with the other emergency services on the night of the Manchester Arena attack, the inquiry has heard.
Police commanders on duty on the night of the Manchester Arena bombing have been granted separate legal representation after falling out with their bosses over the tactics they used on the night.
Police calls from inside the foyer of the Manchester Arena where the bomb went off have been played to the inquiry as officers identified the suicide bomber and requested as many ambulances as possible.
The youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing could have survived if she had received faster medical treatment from paramedics, the inquiry has heard.
Manchester Arena attacker Hashem Abedi and Parsons Green Tube bomber Ahmed Hassan have both been charged with assaulting a prison officer at HMP Belmarsh.
The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has said he helped carry out the attack to support Islamic State.
Hashem Abedi has admitted for the first time his involvement in planning the Manchester Arena bombing, an inquiry has been told.
The National Football Museum was warned before the Manchester Arena bombing that the emergency services might take hours to reach casualties of a terrorist attack.
There was a “big hole” in the security measures at Manchester Arena, which left staff with “no reasonable prospect” of stopping the bomber, an inquiry has heard.
The “stakes are too high” for the government to delay legislation that would force crowded venues to take security seriously, the mother of a victim of the Manchester bombing has said.
The woman responsible for running Manchester Arena on the night of the bomb attack has said she felt “scapegoated” by the venue’s American operators.
Manchester Arena stepped up security measures for American performers two years before the bomb attack on an Ariana Grande concert, but dropped them soon afterwards, the inquiry has heard.
Management at the Manchester Arena have been accused of “penny pinching” as it emerged that they tried to reduce the number of stewards before the suicide bomb attack to save money on the minimum wage.
It is “completely unacceptable” that the operators of Manchester Arena did not consider taking measures to protect their entrances from a terrorist attack, the inquiry has been told.
A security guard who was working on the night of the Manchester Arena attack has told an inquiry he did not raise the alarm about Salman Abedi because he was scared of being “branded a racist”.
A security guard who said he saw the Manchester Arena bomber smiling just before he blew himself up has denied he “fobbed off” a member of the public who reported his suspicions about 15 minutes before the atrocity.
A father described how he confronted the Manchester Arena bomber as he hid behind a wall with his bomb waiting to launch his attack, an inquiry heard.
The risk of Manchester Arena being vulnerable to a suicide bomber should have been “crystal clear”, an inquiry has been told.
The brothers who attacked Manchester Arena “did not act alone” and others who knew about the bomb plot are still “at large”, the public inquiry has heard.
Police had found Islamic State (IS) material on the phone of the older brother of the Manchester Arena bomber, the inquiry has been told.
The daughters of Jane Tweddle, who was killed in the Manchester Arena bombing, have paid tribute to their “warrior mum” at the public inquiry into the atrocity.
The mother of the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing has described how she asked her husband to let her die after he broke the news about their daughter.
“Highly relevant” information about the Manchester Arena bomber was missed by intelligence services in the lead-up to the 2017 attack, an inquiry has heard.
Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi was challenged by a member of the public shortly before he detonated the bomb that killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert three years ago.
Almost three and a half years after the Manchester Arena bombing, an inquiry is due to start examining whether the atrocity could have been prevented.
The Manchester Arena Inquiry will investigate the deaths of the 22 victims of the terrorist attack at the venue in 2017.
The older brother of Hashem and Salman Abedi, who were responsible for the Manchester Arena attack, has apologised to the victims’ families for the pain they caused.
The brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi has been sentenced to at least 55 years in prison for his part in the atrocity.
Heartbroken parents of some of the victims of the Manchester Arena terrorist attack have broken down in court as they recalled the moment they discovered their loved ones had died.