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An Taoiseach Charles Haughey TD meets with Paul Hill and Gerard Conlon, two of the Guildford Four. Having been wrongly convicted of a pub bombing, the Four were finally released on appeal after fourteen years in prison. Having been offered no compensation for their time in prison, they met with An Taoiseach to highlight the injustices they had suffered.
3 November 1989

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An Taoiseach Charles Haughey TD meets with Paul Hill and Gerard Conlon, two of the Guildford Four. Having been wrongly convicted of a pub bombing, the Four were finally released on appeal after fourteen years in prison. Having been offered no compensation for their time in prison, they met with An Taoiseach to highlight the injustices they had suffered.<br />
3 November 1989