Attorney general says coroner’s report into Sydney siege contained ‘no adverse findings in relation to commonwealth agencies’

George Brandis has said he regrets his department not forwarding correspondence from terrorist Man Haron Monis on to Australia’s intelligence agency and confirmed no Australians were killed or injured in the Manchester attack.

In an interview on ABC’s AM on Thursday the attorney general cited evidence from the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation and the New South Wales coroner’s report finding that passing Monis’ letter on “would have made no difference” but added that “of course” he regretted that it was not.

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