Cameron was appalled by Bloody Sunday findings, memoir claims
A new political memoir claims that following the Saville report’s publication, the former British prime minister vowed to be apologetic in his response due to ‘disgraceful way the paratroopers behaved’
David Cameron was appalled by findings in the Saville report on Bloody Sunday and determined to be apologetic in his response to it, a new memoir claims.
Diary of an MP’s Wife: Inside and Outside Power is written by Sasha Swire, whose husband Hugo was an MP for East Devon until last year and served as Minister of State for the North from mid-2010 until September 2012.
In the book, she gives a colourful...
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Northern Ireland Protocol does not have to be ditched, says Gove
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