The PSNI needs to carry out a "full audit" of its historical records to establish what material it may hold in relation to Troubles-related cases, a watchdog has said.
Published 2 April 2020
Christopher Stanley, litigation consultant at KRW LAW LLP, examines the UK government's recent proposals for dealing with the past in Northern Ireland.
Published 23 March 2020
The UK government has come under sharp criticism after unilaterally announcing a new approach to legacy investigations which would "protect veterans from vexatious claims".
Published 18 March 2020
A shortage of "judicial manpower" has led to a backlog of 30 legacy judicial review cases pending in the High Court, a judge has said.
Published 13 February 2020
The family of a man who was fatally shot by a British soldier in 1972 has sought leave from the High Court to challenge the original inquest verdict of "misadventure".
Published 24 December 2019
Former Bedfordshire chief constable Jon Boutcher has been appointed to lead an independent police team investigating alleged collusion between the security forces and the so-called "Glenanne gang".
Published 2 December 2019
The PSNI has been granted permission to appeal a landmark ruling on legacy investigations to the UK Supreme Court.
Published 21 November 2019
The presiding coroner for Northern Ireland has identified the 10 inquests which will take place from April 2020 to April 2021 under the Lord Chief Justice's five-year plan for dealing with legacy inquests.
Published 20 November 2019
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has won an appeal against a £7,500 damages award over delays in progressing the inquest of the death of Pearse Jordan.
Published 18 November 2019
Landmark legislation to allow coroners in Northern Ireland to access relevant Garda testimony has been brought into force.
Published 5 September 2019
Coroner’s Court: Soldier who shot and killed 19-year-old in Derry in 1972 was not justified in opening fire
Sitting as a Coroner in the inquest on the death of a 19-year-old man in Derry in 1972, Judge Patrick Kinney has found that the soldier who shot and killed Seamus Bradley was not justified in opening fire and that the investigation into his death was flawed and inadequate.
Published 16 August 2019
Former PSNI chief constable Sir Hugh Orde has said he is "still furious" about the 2014 closure of the Historical Enquiries Team (HET), which he said should have been allowed to complete its work.
Published 6 August 2019
Key Westminster committee calls for 10-year 'qualified statute of limitations' for alleged offences by soldiers
A key Westminster committee has called for a 10-year "qualified statute of limitations" to protect former and serving soldiers from investigation and prosecution for alleged offences, including alleged murders of civilians in Northern Ireland.
Published 22 July 2019
Court of Appeal: Brother of murdered boy had legitimate expectation independent report into collusion would be completed
The Chief Constable of the PSNI has lost an appeal against the decision that the brother of a 13-year-old boy who was murdered in 1976 had a legitimate expectation that an overarching investigation into collusion would be carried out by an independent police team.
Published 8 July 2019
The UK Government has published a summary of responses to the consultation on the legacy of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Published 8 July 2019