Former US President Bill Clinton has called on Northern Ireland to finish the job started when the Good Friday Agreement was approved in 1997.
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MLAs will meet at Stormont today to consider the previous UK government’s agreement to write to 187 members of the IRA on the run offering them effective immunity from prosecution.
The DUP have rejected suggestions that all murals should be temporarily removed or covered up when the Giro d’Italia begins in Northern Ireland between the 9 and 11 May.
Fears were growing last night that dissidents in Northern Ireland could be attempting to step up their efforts to derail the peace process.
Newly released government papers show the impact that the IRA bombing of the Grand Hotel during the Conservative Party conference had on the peace process in Northern Ireland.
The DUP Leader and Northern Ireland first minister has given a hostile reaction to draft proposals drawn up by the US diplomat, Richard Haass, on flags, parades and legacy issues.
A senior member of the Democratic Unionist Party has indicated that the party might support the idea of giving immunity to those accused of atrocities in Northern Ireland.
The Labour Party is tonight calling for the establishment of a truth and reconciliation commission on Northern Ireland.
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.