The much awaited report into the deaths of 14 innocent people shot dead by the British Army on Bloody Sunday was greeted by scenes of "relief, jubilation and sheer delight" reports the Belfast Telegraph. The comprehensive Saville Report unequivocally concludes that the shootings of 1972 were unlawful, prompting mixed reactions among the victims' relatives, some of who wish to see the paratroopers prosecuted. However, the Belfast daily proclaims that a "major step had been taken along a long road towards truth and reconciliation." In a formal statement in the House of Commons, PM David Cameron said, "on behalf of the Government, indeed on behalf of our country, I am deeply sorry". The report, costing £191 million and taking 12 years to complete, overturns the original 'Widgery Report' decried as a whitewash.