LORD TEBBIT, the Tory former cabinet minister injured in the IRA's 1984 Brighton bombing and whose wife, Margaret, was paralysed, attacked plans to free paramilitary prisoners. He said, during a Lords debate on the Northern Ireland (Sentences) Bill: "This Bill reeks and stinks of injustice."
THE cross-party Public Accounts Committee expressed concern over the reserves amassed by firm contracted by a government-backed charity to insulate the homes of people on benefits, the disabled and pensioners. Eaga has amassed reserves of pounds 3m.
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