Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including this week's 5 Live Report, The IRA's Brutal Peace. Simon Cox looks at how the IRA continues to operate as a state within a state, operating its own justice system, running criminal networks and recruiting volunteers even though the "war" is long since over. Cox also investigate allegations that some of the IRA's associates get
European funding to run projects in the very areas they are terrorising.
Mark Saggers reflects on the home nations' results in yesterday's World Cup qualifiers, including Italy v Scotland and England v Northern Ireland. Also, coverage of the matches in rugby union's Premiershp, news from the Masters tennis event in Miami, and the 2005 Boat Race, with the Oxford and Cambridge university crews battling it out on the River Thames.
The IRA's Brutal Peace. Simon Cox reports on how the IRA continues to operate as a state within a state, operating its own justice system, even though the "war" is long since over. Producer Esther McWatters
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