Letter: IRA cash source
Friday 21 August 1998
Sir: Your report ("Dublin announces `Draconian' new laws", 20 August) that some of the new legal powers that the Irish government is contemplating against terrorism might be criticised by groups concerned with the protection of civil liberties. But there is one action which both governments could take which would seem to raise no such objections. That would be to make it incumbent on anyone who has any information on illegally held arms or explosives to give it to the police.
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