MOD pays over £12.5 million in Northern Ireland legacy claims in last five years

The Ministry of Defence has paid over £12.5 million to 82 claimants for Northern Ireland legacy claims over the past five years, reflecting its ongoing efforts to address historical grievances.

Prosecution announced for former British soldier in 1972 Belfast murder case

A former British soldier, Soldier F, is to be prosecuted for the 1972 murder of Patrick McVeigh in Belfast, marking a significant step in addressing the legacy of the Troubles.

New Troubles Bill: Seeking transparency or protecting the British State?

The proposed Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill, which aims to protect the UK government from legal consequences for its actions during The Troubles, is currently under scrutiny in Parliament, with critics arguing that it shields the state from accountability, undermines human rights norms, threatens the Good Friday Agreement, and dismisses the quest for justice by families affected by the conflict.