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Former head of the British Army says stop 'macabre charade' of questioning former soldiers

John Kelly who lost his brother Michael Kelly at Bloody Sunday takes part in a minute's silence in the Bogside of Derry at the anniversary in January
Ellie Cullen
The former head of the British army has urged the government to put a stop to the "macabre charade" that could see former soldiers facing legal action for Troubles killings. Lord Bramall [...]

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