Stardust families to begin daily protests outside Dáil

Relatives and survivors of the 1981 Stardust tragedy begin a series of daily protests outside the Dáil later this morning.

Relatives and survivors of the 1981 Stardust tragedy begin a series of daily protests outside the Dáil later this morning.

The Stardust Victim's Committee has pledged to mount the protest while the Taoiseach takes the time to consider its new evidence into the fire, in which 48 people lost their lives.

The committee claims the evidence proves that arson was not the cause of the fire, as concluded by the original tribunal of inquiry.

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