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Anyone signed the e-petition (Brum IRA Bombings)


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The sister of one of the victims has started an e-petition to pressure the goverment into starting a new enquiry

It needs 100,000 signatures in order for it to be debated in the House Of Commons.

Anyone who was around then will remember what a dark day it was. Still nobody to this day is serving time for this crime 21 dead hundreds injured :(

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Not around then but they missed my ma and pa in the tavern in the town by about 20 minutes. Don't honestly see where a new enquiry would go anyway, the last government set every murdering bastard from the Province free in the name of peace, don't believe the new lot have any appetite to do the right thing now.

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As for an e-petition, as we are seeing now with the health reforms (attacks) , this Gvmt have totally gone back on the point of these.

The subject is still one that needs remembering and discussing as some remember very well what happened. The purpose though has to be clearly set out and not just an opportunity for old ill thought out prejudices on both sides to be raked up again

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It really is time to put this behind us. The world and this country have moved on a long way since then, there is absolutely nothing to be gained by a new enquiry.

Some things are best left alone and this is one of them imo.

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It really is time to put this behind us. The world and this country have moved on a long way since then, there is absolutely nothing to be gained by a new enquiry.

Some things are best left alone and this is one of them imo.

Agreed.

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