MP: Flanagan’s position untenable

Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn has said that a parliamentary investigation into collusion between the Royal Ulster Constabulary and loyalist paramilitaries, which took place while Ronnie Flanagan was RUC chief constable, should be called immediately.

27th January, 2007

Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn has said that a parliamentary investigation into collusion between the Royal Ulster Constabulary and loyalist paramilitaries, which took place while Ronnie Flanagan was RUC chief constable, should be called immediately.

Corbyn, who sits on the Northern Ireland All-Party Committee in Westminster, said that Flanagan’s current position as head of the British inspectorate of constabularies, which is responsible for ensuring high police standards for all British forces, had become ‘‘untenable’’....

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