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Victim has no sympathy for SPAD staff losing their job

MLAs have been debating a bill that would bar anyone with a serious conviction from being a special political adviser (SPAD) at Stormont.

Paul Kavanagh, a former IRA prisoner, faces losing his job as adviser to the Deputy First Minister.

One of Mr Kavanagh's victims, John Radley says that he has no sympathy for Mr Kavanagh.

BBC Northern Ireland Political Correspondent Martina Purdy reports.

  • 03 Jun 2013