Campaigners who lost loved ones in the Birmingham Pub Bombings 39 years ago will be protesting tonight, at a lecture delivered by Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.
He's been invited to speak at a Peace Centre set up by a father who lost his son in an IRA attack. But the "Justice for the 21" group say they want those responsible for the atrocities brought to book.
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'I am immensely proud of the officers involved and want to thank them for their bravery in bringing this incident to a safe conclusion.'
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