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Shaun Woodward argued tensions over Gerry Adams' arrest demonstrated that the absence of a proper process of reconciliation in Northern Ireland was endangering peace in the province. “My experience – and I think I was Labour’s longest-se... Continue to article
An inquiry is to take place into the continued use of official ministerial cars by former Labour ministers who have cited security reasons. Shaun Woodward, Jack Straw, Alan Johnson and David Miliband are among those still using the cars, despite having lost the election six weeks ago.
Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward has hailed "considerable progress" at the talks between the DUP and Sinn Fein on devolution of policing powers, but says there is still "considerable work to be done".
Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward has condemned a car bomb attack near a courthouse in Newry, County Down.
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10/07/2011 on Murnaghan, Sky News
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