A question which won’t go away

By Susan McKay (for the Irish News)

A distinguished and independent panel of international lawyers reported on its two-year inquiry into 25 incidents involving the murders of 76 people. These were sectarian murders carried out by loyalist paramilitaries from mid-Ulster between 1972 and 1977.

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