Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 29 November 2014

Report finds Britain colluded with loyalists in 1970s

The Oireachtas report into the Barron Inquiry has found that Britain colluded with loyalists responsible for three bombings in the Republic in the 1970s.

Five people were killed in the attacks in Dundalk, Monaghan and Dublin.

According to the Sunday Business Post, the report to be published on Wednesday points to a high level of collusion between the British government and loyalists.

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