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'Public reaction has not been good'

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The authors of a report on Northern Ireland's Troubles have defended their plan that families of all those killed should get paid. Reporter Angus Stickler examines what has changed in Belfast since the Good Friday agreement; and Paul Bew, professor of Irish history at Queen's University Belfast, discuss if the proposal to compensate the families of victims is a fair recognition of the pain suffered in the Troubles.

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