§ Mr. Proctor
asked the Secreary of State for Northern Ireland whether the police have yet completed their consideration of the speech, delivered by the hon. Member for Lagan Valley, formerly the hon. Member for South Antrim, on 13 July 1982, which he referred to them in 1982 with a view to their taking any action which they might consider necessary; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Prior
[pursuant to his reply, 11 July 1983, c. 278]: I understand that no evidence was offered to the police, whose inquiries have been completed and a report made to the Director of Public Prosecutions for Northern Ireland, to connect any person with the murder of the Rev. Robert Bradford. The Director directed that there was no evidence to warrant the initiation of criminal proceedings against any persons.