Monday February 24, 2020

Britain’s bloody hands remain unwashed to this day

More and more evidence is emerging of collusion

21st June, 2015

The accusation that elements of the security forces in Britain were directly or indirectly responsible for hundreds of deaths of innocent civilians in Ireland has come back to haunt us again.

This story has hung around for years, and it will not go away. In the Dáil last week, Tánaiste Joan Burton conceded that it was endemic. Now, following the RTÉ documentary on collusion screened last Monday, and recent BBC Panorama and Spotlight films on...

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