Saturday December 14, 2019

Demand for amnesty adds to families’ grief

Questions about alleged security force collusion in killings in the North must still be answered

28th October, 2018
A group of Tory MPs hand in a petition to 10 Downing Street signed by 150 MPs and lords calling for lasting legal protection for veterans Pic: PA

In the midst of all her Brexit woes, British prime minister Theresa May received a large visitation last Tuesday to Downing street. It consisted of 150 Tory parliamentarians, both MPs and Lords. They were delivering a letter to her demanding that she drop the plans in the 2014 Stormont House Agreement to investigate past crimes in the North, and other military conflicts, committed by the armed services.

In their letter, they claimed that a proposed new PSNI...

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