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MPs hit out at 'radio silence' on remit of new NI historic investigations unit

Northern Ireland Committee seeks government explanation on funding and make-up of new "joined-up" Troubles legacy investigations body.

CC Simon Byrne said legacy inquiries could undermine the PSNI's ambitions to grow community policing

CC Simon Byrne said legacy inquiries could undermine the PSNI's ambitions to grow community policing

Date - 26th October 2020
By - Gary Mason
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A committee of MPs has called on the government to explain the rationale of having a single body to oversee investigations and information recovery in unresolved legacy cases related to the Troubles in Northern Ireland. The 2014 Stormont House...
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