Cabinet remains divided over plans for the creation of the historical investigations unit

A long-delayed consultation for a new unit to investigate Troubles-era killings in Northern Ireland has finally been unveiled, amid a cabinet rift over the omission of an amnesty for service personnel.

Cabinet ministers are divided over plans for the creation of a historical investigations unit, which the government agreed to establish in 2014 as part of the Stormont House agreement, to investigate the unsolved murders.

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