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"An attempt to cover up the dirty deals, the dirty tricks..."

The UK has introduced a statute of limitations to end all prosecutions related to the Troubles be...

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16.56 14 Jul 2021


"An attempt to cover up the dirty deals, the dirty tricks..."


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The UK has introduced a statute of limitations to end all prosecutions related to the Troubles before 1998.

Their reason is that it would stop Northern Ireland being “hamstrung by its past”.

Secretary of State Brandon Lewis has been outlining the approach in the House of Commons this afternoon.

John Teggart the father of Daniel, who was shot dead on the first day of the Ballymurphy shootings and Michael Gallagher, whose brother Hugh was killed just outside Omagh in 1984, joined Kieran on The Hard Shoulder...

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