Ad Hoc Committee to Protect the Good Friday Agreement writes to PM Sunak

The Ad Hoc Committee to Protect the Good Friday Agreement, a bi-partisan group of more than 80 members that includes six former ambassadors and two former special presidential envoys, wrote to British Prime Minister this week, urging him to scrap the Legacy legislation.

Signed by Co-Chairs of the Committee, Congressman James Walsh & Congressman Bruce Morrison, they write, “The lack of progress in existing mechanisms has been a function of stonewalling by previous UK governments. We urge you to break from these past failures and return to the New Decade, New Approach agreement as the basis for addressing the legacy of the Troubles.

Read the full letter below: