We have to find a better way to deal with our troubled past

Posted on 4th June 2014 in

The latest revelation that the Police Ombudsman is taking the Chief Constable to court over the release of information related to past killings, coming on top of the debacle over letters issued by the NIO to so-called 'on the runs', serves to highlight again the need to find a better way to deal with all of the issues related to our troubled past in Northern Ireland.

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