PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton
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PSNI: 'Will do our best to put things right'

A judge's review into the "On the Runs" secret letters to Irish Republican terrorist suspects has found they were flawed but not unlawful.

The scheme was made public when the trial collapsed of a man suspected of the 1982 IRA Hyde Park bombing.

John Downey was wrongly told he was not wanted by any UK police force. However, he was still being sought by the Met.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland have accepted the report's findings in full.

PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton gave his view at a question and answer session in Belfast.

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