'It's about time': Guildford Four member welcomes decision to resume inquest into bombing

Guildford Four member Paddy Armstrong has welcomed the announcement that inquests into the Guildford bombings are to be resumed after 40 years after a coroner ruled that the public were “entitled” to have the incident explored “untainted”.


Guildford pub bombings inquests should resume – coroner

Four soldiers and a civilian were killed in the blast at the Horse and Groom pub in October 1974.


Adams: IRA not to blame for Guildford Four incarceration

The IRA does not bear responsibility for the wrongful incarceration of the Guildford Four, Birmingham Six and others for republican terrorism, Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has said.


'Ahern to ask Blair for Guildford Four apology'

Taoiseach Bertie Ahern is to ask British Prime Minister Tony Blair next week to apologise to the family of a member of the wrongfully-convicted Guildford Four, it was claimed tonight.


Guildford Four's Conlon meets Ahern in quest for British apology

A member of the Guildford Four will meet Bertie Ahern today in an attempt to persuade the British government to apologise publicly for jailing him and his father.