Families of Troubles victims express disgust at Government proposals

Published on July 20, 2021 - Duration: 01:54s

Families of Troubles victims express disgust at Government proposals

People who lost loved ones in attacks have met at Downing Street in London to express their outrage at proposals to ban prosecutions for Troubles murders.

The gathering came as Stormont MLAs rejected the controversial Government plan.


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