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Cabinet Secretary questions wisdom of PM’s actions over Finucane

The Cabinet Secretary has questioned the prime minister’s reneging on previous commitments to hold a full, judicial-led inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane.

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Comment: Finucane, state-enabled terror and Britain’s ‘colonial blind spot’

Conn Mac Gabhann looks at contemporary British colonialism in the light of the review of the murder of Northern Ireland solicitor Pat Finucane.

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De Silva’s report is welcome, but a judicial inquiry is still needed into Pat Finucane’s murder

Pat Finucane murder: We are all entitled to know what was done in our name, and only a judicial inquiry will finally tell us that, writes Kevin Meagher.

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Finucane family’s campaign for justice set to challenge Cameron in court

The family of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane are set to launch legal proceedings against David Cameron’s refusal to establish a full independent judicial inquiry.

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Cameron’s refusal to open full inquiry into Finucane murder stokes row with Dublin

The row between Britain and Ireland over David Cameron’s refusal to establish a judicial inquiry into the murder of Belfast solicitor Patrick Finucane has grown.

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Irish government prepares formal complaint over Finucane murder review

Left Foot Forward’s Ed Jacobs reports on the concerns raised by the Irish government over David Cameron’s treatment of the family of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane.

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