A victims' rights ambassador says he is "disappointed, but not surprised" by UK government proposals to grant de-facto amnesty to pre-Good Friday Agreement crimes.
It would apply to both British soldiers and paramilitaries.
Joe Campbell is a member of TARP, the Truth and Reconciliation Platform, and he will hand in a letter of protest against the plans to Downing Street today.
His father, an RUC officer who spent much of his adult life in Scotstown, was shot dead outside a police station in County Antrim in 1977.
Stormont has returned from its summer recess for a special sitting to discuss the controversial proposals for dealing with the legacy of the Troubles.
Joe Campbell told Shannonside Northern Sound that people should have "the right to a remedy where a criminal offence has been committed":