Postcard clue to bombing

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Detectives are examining a postcard sent to a jailed IRA sympathiser which contains vital details about the Docklands bombing, writes Sophie Goodchild. A prison source claims the postcard, which was found after a cell search at Camp Hill prison on the Isle of Wight, gives the time and location of the IRA attack which killed two and injured more than 100 people.

n A vital clue to the lorry bomb - that the vehicle had a stolen tax disc - could have been spotted if transport officials had already introduced a hi-tech roadside surveillance system they are considering installing on Britain's highways, writes Martin Celmins.

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