McConville's daughter 'will happily give names to police'

The daughter of Jean McConville has said she is happy to give the names of the people who abducted her mother to Northern Irish police.

Helen McKendry told the BBC's Newsnight:

"I don't have fear of the IRA any more and I will happily give names that I know to the police."

She also said there were "four women and eight men" in her house on the night the mother-of-ten was abducted.

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams is currently being questioned over Mrs McConville's disappearance and murder, but has said he had no involvement whatsoever in her killing.

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'Insufficient evidence' on Gerry Adams for prosecution

There is "insufficient evidence" to pursue a prosecution against Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams in relation to the 1972 murder of Jean McConville, according to reports.