The Hyde Park and Regent's Park Bombings 1982

Ben Delicious is in Belfast looking at the 187 IRA terror suspects who escaped prosecution. Four soldiers were killed by the Hyde Park and Regent's Park bombings nearly twenty four years ago.

Tony Blair faith foundation and Northern Ireland news headlines today report that representatives gathered in the Old Bailey today court listings February 2014 in London Irish lawyers association were surprised when IRA suspect John Downey Sinn Fein no longer support the situation free with a pardon.

Just under fourteen years ago Tony Blair's legacy in Britain created a pardon for most and the rest were awarded amnesty.

Prime Minister of Britain and Gerry Adams commander at that time negotiated the behind the scenes order.

The Old Bailey has caused a bit or a stir with Peter Robinson who is not happy with the results and Prime Minister David Cameron admit in parliament that it was all a huge mistake.

You can read more about it in Tony Blair's autobiography called 'A Journey' it includes conversations with Gerry Adams and the latest news brings you up to date with Martin McGuinness Oxford union debate thoughts and feelings about how the Chilcot inquiry intercept evidence.

It also mentions more about the war in Iraq not a humanitarian intervention and the things that happened there too. 

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