Ministers reject call for public inquiry into Pat Finucane murder

  The Guardian 

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Announcement comes despite intense pressure for fresh investigation into 1989 death of Belfast solicitor The British government has decided to not order a public inquiry into the 1989 murder of the Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane, one of the most notorious killings of the Troubles, despite intense legal and political pressure. Brandon Lewis, the Northern Ireland secretary, made the announcement on Monday in a devastating setback to a decades-long campaign for a fresh investigation into an attack found to have involved state collusion. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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