Eamon McCann says ‘clamour’ surrounding Pat Finucane review will not go away

It's claimed the 'clamour' surrounding the investigation into the killing of solicitor Pat Finucane is not going to go away.

A review yesterday found British Government employees facilitated the killing by loyalists in 1989.

The Taoiseach says there should be a public inquiry into the case, but British Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday rejected a call for one from Mr Finucane's family.

Writer and commentator Eamon McCann says demands for further inquiries are unlikely to die down any time soon:

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