State role in Finucane murder

British government agents played "key roles" in the 1989 murder of Belfast lawyer Pat Finucane, a report has found. There had been long-running allegations of state collusion in his death.

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Cameron: This report makes extremely difficult reading

The Prime Minister told the Commons that the whole country is entitled to know the extent and nature of collusion in Pat Finucane's killing:

This report makes extremely difficult reading. It sets out the extent of collusion in areas such as, identifying, targeting and murdering Mr Finucane. Supplying a weapon and facilitating its later disappearance. And deliberately obstructing subsequent investigations.

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