Police reopen investigation into terrorist assassination of Airey Neave Margaret Thatchers trusted

Scotland Yard has reopened its investigation into the murder of one of Margaret Thatcher’s closest confidantes by Irish terrorists, The Sunday Telegraph can reveal. The case was reopened having been left untouched for some 30 years, after Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, ordered a review in response to calls for the family of the former Army officer to be given answers about who murdered him, and for his killers to face justice. The disclosure comes 10 days after Lyra McKee, a Northern Irish… Police have embarked on “new work” relating to the assassination of Airey Neave, the then shadow Northern Ireland secretary, who was killed by a car bomb in the courtyard of the House of Commons in 1979.