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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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Finucane family reject review into his murder

The family of the solicitor assassinated by loyalist paramilitaries in Belfast in 1989 in front of them have accused the Government of a 'white wash'.

The Prime Minister told MPs that Pat Finucane was murdered because there was collusion between the police, the army and his killers. Political Editor Tom Bradby reports:

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