Not for the first time we see acknowledged the inevitable corruption of the moral standards of state forces when drawn into the ethical morass of runn(...)

The Loughinisland families hold a press conference  in the Ramada Hotel Belfast. Photograph: David Young/PA Wire

The bereaved families of the Loughinisland massacre say they have truth but would like justice as they welcomed the new report into the 1994 attack wh(...)

The families’ lawyer Niall Murphy speaks at the Loughinisland families press conference following an investigation which found, security forces were guilty of significant collusion in the loyalist murders of six Catholic men gunned down while watching a World Cup football match. Photograph: David Young/PA Wire

The police ombudsman’s report into the murder of six Catholic men in Loughinisland, Co Down in 1994 has identified collusion as a significant feature (...)

Interior of O’Toole’s bar in Loughinisland the morning after the UVF shot dead six  people in 1994. Photograph: Pacemaker

A long-awaited police ombudsman’s report into the murder of six Catholic men in Loughinisland, Co Down, in 1994 is to be published today. The 150-pag(...)

Interior of O’Toole’s bar in Loughinisland the morning after the UVF shot dead six people in 1994. Photograph: Pacemaker

Castle Street in Belfast is only minutes from Royal Avenue and City Hall, but it is a street in which the poverty which has outlasted the Troubles is (...)

A PSNI sergeant and a former civilian detention officer are to be prosecuted for gross negligence manslaughter following the death of a man in a police station cell two years ago. File photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

A PSNI sergeant and a former civilian detention officer are to be prosecuted for gross negligence manslaughter following the death of a man in a polic(...)

Loyalist paramilitary leader Johnny Adair was one of the targets of the 1993 IRA bomb in Belfast. Photoghraph: Cathal McNaughton/Getty Images

Allegations that the IRA’s 1993 Shankill bombing was planned by an RUC informant and could have been prevented are to be examined by the NI Police Om(...)

A plaque commemorates  Shankill road bomber Thomas Begley in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was erected in 2013.  Begley died in 1993 when the bomb he was planting on the Shankill Road in Belfast exploded prematurely killing nine people and injuring more than 50. Photograph: AFP

The Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman Dr Michael Maguire has received a complaint that the RUC had information that could have prevented the 1993 IRA (...)

Former constable Peadar Heffron lost a leg after  a booby trap bomb exploded under his car in January 2010. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Senior PSNI officers met former constable Peadar Heffron to apologise to him personally for a failure to pass on information about a dissident bomb a(...)

Constable Peadar Heffron suffered serious injuries when the undercar booby trap device was detonated near Randalstown in Co Antrim five years ago.

Four Police Service of Northern Ireland police intelligence officers should be disciplined for their failure to pass on information about a bomb attac(...)

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