Trade Union and Labour Movement Delegation to Leinster House [Petition on Torture]
Date:1978 c.
Organisation: Trade Union Campaign Against Repression
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14th December 2020

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This is a petition from the Trade Union and Labour Movement Delegation to Leinster House, sponsored by the Trade Union Campaign Against Repression, calling on the government “to insist that the British authorities put an immediate end to torture of suspects”. It is signed b a number of Union leaders.

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  • By: Trade Union Campaign Against Repression (TUCAR) | Paddy Healy's Blog Mon, 14 Dec 2020 13:52:16

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  • By: roddy Mon, 14 Dec 2020 14:26:27

    In reply to Trade Union Campaign Against Repression (TUCAR) | Paddy Healy's Blog.

    As you may recall I posted a couple of days ago about new book “anatomy of a killing” by Ian Cobain.The book deals with the Brian Maguire incident as he was one of the “suspects” taken to Castlreagh in relation to the shooting of an RUC photographer.Cobain covers all aspects of the shooting and all those involved in it and is likely to be a good read.However as I said before ,Castlereagh more than anything else about the troubles outrages to such an extent that I could’nt read it in a dispassionate way.

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