Families Preventing Britain from Burying the Truth on Irish Conflict

It’s been a tough month for a British government hoping to draw a line under its crimes during the 1969-1998 Troubles in Northern Ireland. A series of court cases has undermined British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s attempts to end all prosecutions and inquiries during the conflict and has reminded us that some things are best not forgotten.



  • Brian Dooley

Published on December 20, 2021


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