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Public Inquiries

Asked if the Government was concerned about the lack of enthusiasm for public inquiries, specifically the Cory Inquiry, given the cost of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, the PMOS said that there were assumptions built into that question which he was not going to follow down. The simple fact was that there were genuine legal difficulties which arose out of the Cory report which we had to address before we could publish and before we could announce what we were going to do. It was better to let that process unfold.

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