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First Minister Peter Robinson quit threat over Hyde Park bomb case

26 February 2014 Last updated at 13:18 GMT

Peter Robinson has threatened to resign as Northern Ireland's First Minister unless there is a judicial inquiry into secret letters given to more than 180 paramilitary suspects.

The DUP leader said he was not prepared to remain as first minister in a power-sharing administration that is being kept in the dark about such an important matter.

Mr Robinson was speaking to BBC News NI Political Editor Mark Devenport.

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