Chairman of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry gives evidence to MPs

13 October 2010

The Rt Hon Lord Saville of Newdigate, Chairman of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, today appears before the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.

The meeting begins at 3pm and is in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House.

The one-off session will cover a range of issues including:

  • lessons to be learnt from carrying out an inquiry into the past in Northern Ireland
  • the adequacy of legislation on public inquiries in the UK
  • the length of time and cost of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, and
  • the difficulties in gathering and establishing the veracity of evidence from the past.

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