By Q Radio News
More families of those killed by State forces during the Troubles are calling on the Secretary of State, Karen Bradley to step down.
Many are refusing to accept an apology after Ms.Bradley told the Commons killings by police and the military here during the Troubles were not crimes.
She's since admitted that's wrong, and says it was a 'slip of the tongue' - and not what she intended to say.
Frances Meehan of Relatives For Justice says victims families told the Secretary of State Karen Bradley to resign during a face to face meeting this morning. pic.twitter.com/tjldD8mQTD— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) 8 March 2019
Some groups including the Ballymurphy Families have refused a meeting after her comments in Parliament this week.
Frances Meehan, who’s brother Michael Donnelly was shot dead with a plastic bullet the security forces in 1980 says her meeting with other member of Relatives for Justice was frank and to the point.