Another interesting article here from declassified that comments on the partition issue and asks if lessons have been learned;
“On the centenary of Ireland’s partition, Northern Ireland is changing. But the lessons from its recent violent ‘dirty war’, in which British agents colluded in killings, risk being ignored by the current British government.”
The article concludes that ‘lessons have not been learned’ and cites the recent ‘Covert Human Intelligence Sources Act’ and the original draft of the ‘Overseas Operations Bill’ designed to protect British military and Security personnel who commit war crimes including murder and torture.
Full article here and also an audio version at Declassified UK:
Celtic League Military Monitoring (16th May 2021)