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    The Irish Government has established a Commission of Investigation into the Collusion between the British Security Forces and Loyalists terrorists in bombing Dublin city and County Monaghan in which 34 people lost their lives in 1974.Many of the victims families have been pressing for such an investigation for some time now.

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    Captain, is it really true that your Government doesn't publish Statutory Instruments on the Internet? I find that astonishing - they can't be secrets of State.

    Actually, if you know where the house debates in full are, I'd be grateful for a URL, I've never even been able to find those.

    I'm still trying to find any reference anywhere to the enquiry you're talking about.

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    Captain, is it really true that your Government doesn't publish Statutory Instruments on the Internet? I find that astonishing - they can't be secrets of State.

    Actually, if you know where the house debates in full are, I'd be grateful for a URL, I've never even been able to find those.

    I'm still trying to find any reference anywhere to the enquiry you're talking about.
    Click on the above and contact them yourself. I'm sure they would be delighted to post it to you.

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    "This is the first time that a Commission of Investigation has been established under the Commissions of Investigation Act, 2004."

    There's a page about it at http://www.taoiseach.gov.ie/index.as...199&docID=1954

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    If you're in the right frame of mind, the Fifth Report of the Independent Monitoring Commission came out today, too. http://www.justice.ie/80256E010039C5...cJUSQ6CPDE5-en

    And did I not see President Clinton was wandering around the Isle this week, talking with Saint Gerry?

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    Re: The Dublin & Monaghan Bombings of 1974

    Quote Originally Posted by spot
    If you're in the right frame of mind, the Fifth Report of the Independent Monitoring Commission came out today, too. http://www.justice.ie/80256E010039C5...cJUSQ6CPDE5-en

    And did I not see President Clinton was wandering around the Isle this week, talking with Saint Gerry?
    Also www.serve.com/pfc/

    In which you may also find interesting

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    Also www.serve.com/pfc/

    In which you may also find interesting
    There can be few people in England who haven't talked about that over the years. Well, schoolkids excepted. Yes, Captain, I've been following it as it unwinds.

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    There can be few people in England who haven't talked about that over the years. Well, schoolkids excepted. Yes, Captain, I've been following it as it unwinds.
    good on ya comrade

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    Re: The Dublin & Monaghan Bombings of 1974

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    If you're in the right frame of mind, the Fifth Report of the Independent Monitoring Commission came out today, too. http://www.justice.ie/80256E010039C5...cJUSQ6CPDE5-en

    And did I not see President Clinton was wandering around the Isle this week, talking with Saint Gerry?
    Yes, not that I'm interested in Mr Clinton. Rev Ian Pasiley told Mr Clinton to go back to the US and stop interfering in Irish affairs.

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