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::Dealings between the [[Irish Republican Army|IRA]] and [[Secret Intelligence Service|MI6]] go back to the early 1970’s when the intelligence agency operated out of a house in Hollywood, Co Down known as [[Laneside]]. In 1974 and 1975 a Foreign Office diplomat, [[James Allen]] and a senior MI6 man, [[Michael Oatley]] regularly met IRA leaders there during what became known as "the Feakle ceasefire".<ref>[http://www.nuzhound.com/articles/moloney2000/mal91-24.htm IRA-MI6 relationship protected spy HQ], by [[Ed Moloney]], [[Sunday Tribune]],24 September 2000, via nuzhound, accessed 11 April 2008.</ref>
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Dealings between the [[Irish Republican Army|IRA]] and [[Secret Intelligence Service|MI6]] go back to the early 1970’s when the intelligence agency operated out of a house in Hollywood, Co Down known as [[Laneside]]. In 1974 and 1975 a Foreign Office diplomat, [[James Allen]] and a senior MI6 man, [[Michael Oatley]] regularly met IRA leaders there during what became known as "the Feakle ceasefire".<ref>[http://www.nuzhound.com/articles/moloney2000/mal91-24.htm IRA-MI6 relationship protected spy HQ], by [[Ed Moloney]], [[Sunday Tribune]],24 September 2000, via nuzhound, accessed 11 April 2008.</ref>
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Dealings between the IRA and MI6 go back to the early 1970’s when the intelligence agency operated out of a house in Hollywood, Co Down known as Laneside. In 1974 and 1975 a Foreign Office diplomat, James Allen and a senior MI6 man, Michael Oatley regularly met IRA leaders there during what became known as "the Feakle ceasefire".[1]


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  1. IRA-MI6 relationship protected spy HQ, by Ed Moloney, Sunday Tribune,24 September 2000, via nuzhound, accessed 11 April 2008.


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