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Theresa Villiers denies State involvement in Troubles atrocities

Theresa Villiers denies State involvement in Troubles atrocities

Northern Ireland news
THERESA Villiers has dismissed allegations that the British State had prior knowledge of atrocities in the Troubles, saying a "pernicious narrative" seeking to blame the government must be challenged.
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