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Bloody Sunday relative says Brexit is not worth taking a life over

A campaigner whose brother was shot dead on Bloody Sunday has urged paramilitaries not to take any lives because of Brexit.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Charity loses legal battle over bill for Museum of Free Derry refurbishment

charity loses legal battle over bill for museum of free derry refurbishment
A charity established to support relatives of Bloody Sunday victims has lost a High Court battle over a £210,000 bill for redevelopment work at its museum in Londonderry.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

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Former Tanaiste McDowell 'deeply uncomfortable' with Soldier F prosecution

former tanaiste mcdowell 'deeply uncomfortable' with soldier f prosecution
Former Tanaiste Senator Michael McDowell has said he is "deeply uncomfortable" with the prosecution of Soldier F for murder on Bloody Sunday 47 years ago.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

‘Soldier F’ prosecution one of the crimes of the century, says protest organiser

The prosecution of ‘Soldier F’ over the Bloody Sunday massacre has been described as “one of the crimes of the century” by the organiser of a protest set to bring parts of central London to a..
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Bloody Sunday family receive £300,000 payout

Paddy Doherty was among 13 people killed on in Derry in January 1972.
BBC News - Published

Family of man shot dead on Bloody Sunday to receive £300k compensation

family of man shot dead on bloody sunday to receive £300k compensation
The family of a steward shot dead by a British soldier during the civil rights march on Bloody Sunday are to receive more than £300,000 in compensation.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Soldier F trial families: ‘We have waited 47 years for this ...part of the process has started today, but it is far from finished’

soldier f trial families: ‘we have waited 47 years for this ...part of the process has started today, but it is far from finished’
For many of the Bloody Sunday families, the short walk from Londonderry's Diamond to Bishop Street Courthouse in essence took 47 years.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Soldier F accused of two Bloody Sunday murders - 47 years after Londonderry shootings

soldier f accused of two bloody sunday murders - 47 years after londonderry shootings
Bloody Sunday was one of most notorious incidents of Northern Ireland Troubles when members of the Parachute Regiment opened fire on a crowd
Tamworth Herald - Published

"Bloody Sunday" families to ask for accused soldier to be named

Families of victims of the 1972 "Bloody Sunday" shootings in Northern Ireland are to ask prosecutors to strip the only British soldier facing prosecution of his anonymity, a lawyer said on the first..
Reuters - Published

Bloody Sunday murders: Prosecution of former soldier heard in court for first time


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Soldier F Bloody Sunday murder case due in court

The ex-paratrooper is facing two counts of murder and five of attempted murder on Sunday, 30 January 1972.
BBC News - Published

Bloody Sunday: Soldier F will not appear at court hearing

The former soldier charged with two murders on Bloody Sunday will not be in court on 18 September.
BBC News - Published

Bloody Sunday Trust and Apprentice Boys meet over Derry parade

The Bloody Sunday Trust and Apprentice Boys meet for the first time since a parade row this month.
BBC News - Published

Londonderry: PSNI treat bonfire material as 'hate incident'

The bonfire had banners and flags about an ex-British soldier facing murder charges over Bloody Sunday.
BBC News - Published

Bonfire festooned with Bloody Sunday banners treated as hate incident

A bonfire festooned with flags and abusive placards about the soldier being prosecuted for murders on Bloody Sunday is being treated as a hate incident.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

'Much more to be done' to restore good relations in Derry says son of Bloody Sunday victim

The son of a man shot dead by the Parachute Regiment on Bloody Sunday has said that there is "much more to be done" to restore good relationships in Londonderry.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Bloody Sunday Trust: Events at Londonderry parade a 'setback'

The Bloody Sunday Trust says much work is needed to restore relationships in the city.
BBC News - Published

I probably would have joined IRA if I was teen on Bloody Sunday, says journalist Peter Taylor

i probably would have joined ira if i was teen on bloody sunday, says journalist peter taylor
Veteran journalist Peter Taylor has said that he "probably" would have joined the IRA if he was a teenager in Northern Ireland on Bloody Sunday.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Police defend ‘proportionate’ handling of Londonderry parade band

Police have defended their handling of a loyalist flute band that paraded close to the scene of Bloody Sunday with a Parachute Regiment symbol on their uniforms.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Hundreds of bikers and marchers rally in Swansea for soldier prosecuted over Bloody Sunday

hundreds of bikers and marchers rally in swansea for soldier prosecuted over bloody sunday
Soldier F is an ex-British soldier facing prosecution accused of two murders on Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland
Wales Online - Published

Soldier F set for Londonderry court appearance in September

soldier f set for londonderry court appearance in september
A date has been listed for the hearing of Soldier F, who is accused of the murder of two men and the attempted murder of four others on Bloody Sunday.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Bloody Sunday: Soldier F court date is confirmed

The ex-soldier is being prosecuted for two murders and four attempted murders in Londonderry in 1972.
BBC News - Published

British Legion does not back Soldier F flags, says Bloody Sunday family

british legion does not back soldier f flags, says bloody sunday family
The brother of one of the alleged victims of 'Soldier F' on Bloody Sunday has claimed that the Royal British Legion told his family it does not support the campaign backing the veteran paratrooper.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Bryson reports Eastwood to attorney general over 'Soldier F' comments

Loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson has reported SDLP leader Colum Eastwood to the attorney general over comments he made about a soldier being prosecuted for murders committed on Bloody Sunday.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Brother of Bloody Sunday victim backs action over Para banners

brother of bloody sunday victim backs action over para banners
The brother of a man allegedly murdered by a former paratrooper on Bloody Sunday has welcomed Derry City and Strabane District Council's support for legal action to ensure the removal of banners in..
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Director hails Ivan Cooper as 'a great son of Derry'

Bloody Sunday director Paul Greengrass hails Ivan Cooper, who died yesterday, as 'a great son of Derry'.
BBC News - Published

Ivan Cooper: Civil rights leader forever linked to Bloody Sunday

ivan cooper: civil rights leader forever linked to bloody sunday
The SDLP co-founder was a passionate civil rights campaigner who became synonymous with Bloody Sunday.
BBC News - Published

Sinn Fein challenge PSNI over 'Soldier F' banner in Ballymoney

sinn fein challenge psni over 'soldier f' banner in ballymoney
A Sinn Fein MLA has asked the PSNI to explain why they "stood by and watched" while a banner in support of a soldier accused of murders committed on Bloody Sunday was erected in Ballymoney.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Airdrie bikers protest in favour of soldier facing Bloody Sunday murder charges

airdrie bikers protest in favour of soldier facing bloody sunday murder charges
Monklands motorcyclists protested peacefully across Scotland to show their support for "Soldier F".
Daily Record - Published

'Soldier F' to appear in Derry court accused of Bloody Sunday murders

'soldier f' to appear in derry court accused of bloody sunday murders
A soldier accused of murdering two people in Londonderry on Bloody Sunday is set to be summoned to appear at a court in the city in August.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

PSNI officers 'did not intervene' when masked man put up Soldier F banner in Armagh, claims Sinn Fein MP

psni officers 'did not intervene' when masked man put up soldier f banner in armagh, claims sinn fein mp
PSNI officers did not intervene when a masked man put up a controversial banner in Armagh city centre supporting an ex-British soldier facing murder charges over Bloody Sunday, a Sinn Fein MP has..
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Family of man shot in back on Bloody Sunday say he forgave soldier

family of man shot in back on bloody sunday say he forgave soldier
The family of a man shot in the back while fleeing for safety on Bloody Sunday have said he forgave the soldier who injured him.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Bloody Sunday victim 'forgave the soldier who shot him'

bloody sunday victim 'forgave the soldier who shot him'
Patrick Campbell was a 52-year-old father-of-nine when he was shot and seriously wounded.
BBC News - Published

Family of man shot in back running away on Bloody Sunday awarded £160k

The family of a man shot in the back by a British soldier as he tried to run to safety on Bloody Sunday are to be awarded more than £160,000, a High Court judge has ruled.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Man shot on Bloody Sunday 'quit job and turned to drink' over injuries

A docker shot in the back by a British soldier on Bloody Sunday had to quit working and turned to drink because of his injuries, the High Court has heard.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Bloody Sunday relative’s fury at Parachute Regiment flags flying in Londonderry estate

bloody sunday relative’s fury at parachute regiment flags flying in londonderry estate
The brother of a man killed on Bloody Sunday has branded the flying of Parachute Regiment flags in a Londonderry estate as "antagonistic" and "provocative".
Belfast Telegraph - Published

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