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Artist or CreatorPeter Brookes
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Published byThe Times
Date01 May 1998
FormatPhotocopy
Embedded text or transcriptCrime does not pay!
Mary Bell 'Stop payment' - Govt.
Govt. to free IRA murderers
Early release
Person DepictedBlair; Anthony Charles Lynton (Tony) (1953-)
Straw; Jack
Adams; Gerry (1948-)
McGuinness; Martin (1950-)
Bell; Mary
Implied textSayings; Crime doesn't pay.
The Good Friday Agreement or Belfast Agreement is made up of two inter-related documents, both agreed in Belfast on Good Friday, 10 April 1998. The first was a multi-party agreement by most of Northern Ireland's political parties and the second an international agreement between the British and Irish governments.
NotesNews: The Prime Minister, questioned during a live 'cybergrilling' from 10 Downing Street on the Internet, said Mr. Straw was looking at ways to tighten the law to make sure the [Mary] Bell payment was not repeated. "I cannot instinctively feel it is right that someone should make money out of crimes that are absolutely appalling,' he said. Luke Harding, The Guardian.
Subjectsprisoners
murder
crimes
peace treaties
ethics
Labour Party
IRA
books
Proverbs and sayings
Northern Ireland
Sinn Fein
prime ministers
payment
liberty
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GB/BCA/2563Bell; Mary   
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