Bloody Sunday families repeat call for early Saville publication

The British government hopes the report of the Saville Inquiry into the events of Bloody Sunday will be published before the UK general election.

Shaun Woodward, the Northern Ireland Secretary, said he would do all he could to make the document available soon.

The Bloody Sunday families issued a statement in response, saying they were glad to hear Mr Woodwards comments, but they said that the Secretary of State should "pull out all the stops" to publish the inquiry report before the forthcoming election.

Micky Mc Kinney, brother of William Mc Kinney who was murdered on Bloody Sunday, says the families should also be given a few days prior warning of any release date.