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Denis Bradley: On-the run scheme briefing at NI Policing Board

26 February 2014 Last updated at 17:26 GMT

Former NI Policing Board vice-chairman Denis Bradley has said that he was surprised to hear that Unionists were not aware of the on-the-run cases as a detailed briefing on the scheme had been given to the Policing Board.

Mr Bradley, who was also co-chair of the Consultative Group on the Past, said the scheme was referred to at Policing Board meetings and in the Eames-Bradley report.

His comments come as First Minister Peter Robinson threatened to resign, saying he was not prepared to continue his role whilst being kept in the dark.

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