DUP calls for Troubles legacy proposals to be made public
Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson has said key documents on the legacy of the Troubles which were part of the recent Stormont talks should be made public.
Victims and survivors have called on politicians to apologise for not including legacy issues in the 'Fresh Start' agreement, published on Tuesday.
Some victims said that up until the last minute they were led to believe something was going to happen but proposals were dropped without any explanation.
BBC News NI's political correspondent Chris Page reports.