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Independent Monitoring Commission: twenty-fifth report

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This report focuses mainly on paramilitiary activity in the six month period 1 March to 31 August 2010. Dissident republican groups continued to pose a substantial and potentially lethal threat, especially to the security forces. They are also held to be responsible for several outbreaks of disorder, involving hijacking and burning of vehicles. On the Loyalist side, most groups were not engaged in terrorist activity though there is still evidence of heavy involvement in serious criminal activity.

This paper was laid before Parliament in response to a legislative requirement or as a Return to an Address and was ordered to be printed by the House of Commons.