48 young people died in the blaze in Dublin over 40 years ago.
Next month's inquest into the Stardust fire tragedy in Dublin is set to be postponed, due to a row over legal fees.
48 people lost their lives in the blaze in a nightclub in Artane over 40 years ago.
STARDUST IMPORTANT NOTICE— Justice for Stardust 48 (@48NeverCameHome) September 16, 2021
The inquest for the 48 victims of the Stardust due to commence in October has now been postponed. This is a direct result of the Department Of Justice reneging on their commitment to ensure our legal team is funded in accordance with the legal aid rates.
An inquest is due to take place in Dublin Coroner's Court in October, and preliminary hearings have already taken place.
But survivor Antoinette Keegan, who lost two sisters in the fire, says the families of 47 victims are pulling out.