Gary Haggarty: The release of the former Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) commander comes only four months after he was handed a six-and-a-half year term in exchange for providing information about other terrorist suspects. File photograph:  Pacemaker Press

Notorious loyalist killer and supergrass Gary Haggarty, who was handed a reduced prison sentence after admitting to more than 500 terror crimes – inc(...)

Gary Haggarty murders: Aaron McCone, son of Haggarty’s victim John Harbinson, after today’s sentencing. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

A murderous loyalist-paramilitary chief turned state informer will walk free as part of a deal to turn state’s evidence, the son of one of his victims(...)

Former senior loyalist paramilitary turned so-called supergrass Gary Haggarty. Photograph: Pacemaker

The evidence of loyalist “supergrass” Gary Haggarty is to be used against just one suspected Ulster Volunteer Force member who is alleged to be involv(...)

Former senior loyalist paramilitary turned so-called supergrass  Gary Haggarty. Photograph: Pacemaker

Thirteen people implicated in paramilitary violence by a loyalist commander-turned supergrass, including two former police intelligence officers, will(...)

Gary Haggarty: he agreed in 2010 to give evidence against up to 14 of his former UVF colleagues and two of his former police handlers.  Photograph: Pacemaker

So-called loyalist supergrass Gary Haggarty has been jailed for life after he pleaded guilty to a catalogue of murders, attempted murders and other pa(...)

Aaron Harbinson (centre), son of Gary Haggarty’s victim John Harbinson outside Belfast Crown Court following the UVF man’s guilty pleas to over two hundred terrorism charges including five murders.

John Harbinson, a Protestant was murdered after being handcuffed and beaten in the loyalist Mount Vernon estate in north Belfast in May 1997. The kill(...)

A man has been arrested in southern England by police investigating three sectarian loyalist murders in Northern Ireland.

A man has been arrested in southern England by police investigating three sectarian loyalist murders in Northern Ireland. The suspect (57) was detaine(...)