The Labour Party is tonight calling for the establishment of a truth and reconciliation commission on Northern Ireland.
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More news has emerged highlighting the difficulties Northern Ireland has in coming to terms with the past.
Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) at Stormont yesterday approved a motion raising ‘extreme concern’ at the suggestion that Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams was involved in the disappearance and murder of Jean McConville.
Relatives of the ‘disappeared’ have given heart wrenching accounts of the moments their loved ones were taken in a new BBC documentary.
Sinn Fein’s deputy first minister has launched a scathing attack on dissident republicans, dubbing them ‘bitter and twisted’.
A new book by BBC Northern Ireland broadcaster Mark Carruthers includes a fascinating interview with the former DUP leader Dr Ian Paisley.
The peace that has been cultivated over such a long period remains a fragile thing in constant need of TLC.
A new report claims that welfare reforms could cost the Northern Ireland economy £750 million a year.
David Cameron has been forced to deny that there is a political crisis at Stormont.