Bloody Sunday inquiry 10 years on: £182m in costs and no end in sight
The Bloody Sunday inquiry faced its 10-year anniversary this month with a scathing verdict from the profession after senior lawyers strongly criticised the inquiry for waste, having swallowed nearly £100m in legal costs. The Saville Inquiry, which this month marked the 10th anniversary of its 1998 opening statement by Lord Saville, has generated mounting disquiet in the profession, including from many who have worked on the process.
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