Relatives of those who were shot dead by British soldiers in Derry on Bloody Sunday are to take court action against the PSNI. 

The Derry families are seeking a judicial review following a police decision to reduce resources for the investigation into Bloody Sunday due to financial cutbacks.

In a statement issued through their solicitors this evening, relatives of a majority of those killed and injured in Derry in January 1972 claim the PSNI's decision effectively ends what is a multiple murder investigation.