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Stephen Sackur speaks to Geraldine Finucane, whose husband, a Belfast solicitor, was murdered by loyalist paramilitaries 25 years ago.

Healing a society traumatised by sectarian violence is hard, anyone doubting it should take a look at Northern Ireland today. The de facto war between the IRA and the British state is over, but a legacy of bitterness remains. HARDtalk speaks to Geraldine Finucane, whose husband Pat, a Catholic lawyer, was murdered by loyalist paramilitaries 25 years ago. The killing exposed collusion between the British security services and Protestant paramilitaries - the Finucane family still wants a full public inquiry. But for the greater good of Northern Ireland, is it time to move on?

First shown: 4.30am 16 Apr 2014 7 months left Duration 30 mins

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