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Shocking exposé of the hidden secrets of the UDR based on a deep dive into declassified British files.

Margaret Urwin's statement to the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission

Statement submitted for the record by Margaret Urwin to the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, at the U.S. Congress' House Foreign Affairs Committee, in its hearing on accountability for human rights abuses during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

Blood on London’s hands

The latest article for Declassified UK by PFC's Anne Cadwallader: Whitehall knew for decades that the UDA was carrying out wholesale murder in Northern Ireland - yet ministers long refused to ban it and officials continued to meet its leaders...

CORONER RULES AGAINST SUICIDE IN GERARD HAMPSON CASE

A Coroner sitting in Omagh has acknowledged today (9 February 2022) that, while many of the Hampson family's questions may go unanswered, their father, Gerard, died as the result of the actions of a third party, or parties, and DID NOT take his own life.

Police Ombudsman Report Into 19 Killings Finds Collusive Behaviour

The Police Ombudsman has today published a report into the RUC's handling of paramilitary attacks by the UDA/UFF between 1989 and 1993 which resulted in 19 murders and multiple attempted murders. The Ombudsman has identified collusive behaviours and raised significant concerns about police conduct.

Bloody Sunday 50 Years On - ONE WORLD, ONE STRUGGLE

Attached please find a link to the full programme of this year's events to mark the 50th commemoration of Bloody Sunday https://bloodysunday50.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/programme_layout_…

Supreme Court Rules PSNI Failure to Investigate 'Hooded Men' Case Illegal

‘SOMETHING AWKWARD’: WHEN CONSERVATIVE MINISTERS AUTHORISED TORTURE The Supreme Court has ruled that Northern Irish police acted illegally in failing to properly investigate the case of the so-called ‘Hooded Men’. Police torture at a British army barracks was “deliberate policy”. A 1977 letter found...

REWRITING HISTORY: THE UK GOVERNMENT’S NEW PLAN

Boris Johnson’s government wants to commission an ‘official history’ of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Yet it is itself censoring numerous files showing British army complicity in the deaths of civilians, depriving bereaved families of access to the truth.

BELFAST MURDERS: WHAT ARE POLICE TRYING TO HIDE?

A new article by Anne Cadwallader for Declassified UK on the murders at Sean Graham's on Belfast's Ormeau Road, and the key question - What is the PSNI trying to hide?

London's Proposals to Bar Access to Justice Rejected

The Northern Ireland ‘amnesty’: Hiding Britain’s ‘misdeeds’? A proposed sweeping amnesty that would stop all investigations into crimes committed during the Troubles, including those by the British military, threatens to thwart the pursuit of truth and justice for victims’ families. History shows...