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#Inquiry

# inquiry - Thursday 14 July, 2011

Column: We must stop the reports on clerical child abuse.. and spend that money on survivors

We know children were molested and raped and we know the Church protected the evil abusers, writes Evin Daly, CEO of One Child International. What those victims need now is support and funding, not more reports.

# inquiry - Wednesday 15 June, 2011

Government agrees to establish a Magdalene Laundries committee

The government pledges to “establish the true facts and circumstances” relating to the laundries – but no apology for now.

# inquiry - Monday 23 May, 2011

Inquiry into the death of Rosemary Nelson finds no evidence of collusion, but some failings by state agencies

A 700 page report into the murder of the prominent solicitor, who represented many high profile republicans, has been published. It has found that the RUC failed to adequately protect her.

Findings of inquiry into Rosemary Nelson murder to be published

Nelson, a prominent solicitor who represented leading republicans, died in March 1999 after a bomb exploded under her car near her home in Lurgan in Co Armagh.

# inquiry - Thursday 7 April, 2011

Corrib protest woman to waive anonymity at press conference

Shell to Sea group claims the identities of the two women referenced in garda ‘rape’ remarks tape were leaked to media so one will put her case forward this morning.

# inquiry - Monday 28 March, 2011

Jamie Bulger's mother calls for inquiry into Jon Venables prison sex claims

Reports suggest Venables had sex with a female guard while he was being held in a secure unit, right before his release on parole.

# inquiry - Friday 18 February, 2011

Families of Ballymurphy victims meet First Minister Peter Robinson

Those who lost loved ones in 1971 mass killings continue with campaign for independent inquiry into the deaths of eleven people.

# inquiry - Wednesday 20 October, 2010

Corkonians demand flood inquiry

Cork city residents demand public inquiry into last November’s floods.

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