Security forces veterans convicted of Troubles-related crimes in Northern Ireland are eligible to apply for early release, the Northern Ireland Secretary has indicated.
Families bereaved in shootings involving the British Army in Belfast almost 50 years ago have branded Karen Bradley’s apology too little, too late.
The Irish premier has said Karen Bradley’s comments over deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were insensitive and wrong.
People are dying every month while the Government considers paying pensions to those gravely injured during the Northern Ireland conflict, the Victims Commissioner has said.
A judge in Dublin is set to rule whether a Co Donegal man will be extradited to Northern Ireland to face charges over the car bomb murder of two soldiers.
A new unit to speed up the process of hearing inquests into some of the Troubles’ most controversial deaths has been given the green light.
A coroner has found neither direct nor indirect collusion between the security forces and loyalists in the 1994 murder of a pensioner in Co Tyrone.