Monday, June 24, 2002

Ahern and Blair are to call a meeting of all the Pro-agreement parties next week.

The Stevens enquiry rumbles on in the Guardian, whilst the Independent emphasises that MI5 actively obstructed the investigation of the Finucane case. Neil McKay in the Sunday Herald went as far as to suggest that Margaret Thatcher was the one who first ordered such collusion.

Meanwhile Kevin Myers calls for a quid pro quo if there is to be a long term continuation of inquiries.

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