Weapon in rear with no end of power

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Last seen on: –The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,407 – Mar 25 2020
The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,407 – Mar 25 2020

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see also: The Troubles in Ireland Assassinations during the Troubles

The Provisional IRA’s Balcombe Street Gang was a Provisional IRA active service unit (ASU) (also known as the Balcombe Street Four or the Balcombe Street Unit) who carried out a bombing campaign in southern England in the mid 1970s. The vast majority of their attacks and attempted attacks took place in London and the rest in Surrey, Hampshire and Wiltshire. Between October 1974 and December 1975 they carried out approximately 40 bomb and gun attacks in and around London, sometimes attacking the same targets twice. The unit would sometimes carry out two or more attacks in one day; on the 27 January 1975 they placed seven time bombs in London. On 25 November 1974, they carried out three bomb attacks in the centre of London injuring 20 people. They were eventually caught during the Balcombe Street siege in December 1975, thus ending their 15-month bombing campaign in England. They have been described as “the most violent, ruthless and highly-trained unit ever sent to Britain by the Provisional IRA”.

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