Sir Desmond Fennell who led Kings Cross Tube disaster inquiry dies

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A judge who lead the inquiry into the Kings Cross disaster in 1987 has died.

Sir Desmond Fennell OBE was a QC and a former officer in the Grenadier Guards. He lived in Winslow.

He suffered a stroke and found the Stoke Mandeville Burns and Restorative Surgery Trust, now known as Restore.

He also lead the fight against a new London airport at Wing.

Sir Desmond died on June 30 and has left wife Susan, children Alexandra, Simon and Charlotte and grandchildren. His funeral was due to be held this week.