Northern Ireland

Liam Adams case: Jury retires to consider verdict

Laganside courthouse
Image caption The trial has been heard in Belfast Crown Court

The jury in the trial of a west Belfast man accused of raping and sexually assaulting his daughter more than 30 years ago has retired to consider its verdict.

Liam Adams, 58, from Bernagh Drive faces a total of ten charges including rape, indecent assault and gross indecency.

They are alleged to have happened when his daughter, Áine Adams, was five until she was nine-years-old.

Mr Adams denies all the charges.

Áine Adams waived her right to anonymity throughout the trial.