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RELATIVES of two oil workers killed in a North Sea tragedy yesterday attacked the findings of a probe into their deaths.

Keith Moncrieff, 45, of Inver-gowrie, Perthshire, and Sean McCue, 22, of Kennoway, Fife, died after a gas leak on the Brent Bravo platform in 2003.

In the Fatal Accident Inquiry ruling, Shell were told they could have prevented the deaths with a better safety system.

But Sheriff Colin Harris said some evidence was beyond the scope of the FAI, leaving the victims’ relatives fuming.

Mr Moncrieff’s brother Andrew said: “I was hoping there would be something implemented so Keith wouldn’t have died for nothing.”


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