Omagh bomb legal challenge over government refusal to hold public inquiry put back to next year

Michael Gallagher (right) who lost his son Aiden, and Stanley McComb, who lost his wife Ann in the Omagh bombings at a separate court hearing in 2016. Picture by Niall Carson /PA Wire.
A LONG-DELAYED legal challenge to the British Government's refusal to hold a public inquiry into the Omagh bombing has been put back to next year. A case brought by the father of a young man ki[...]

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