Boris Johnson starts by referring to the results of the inquest into the Ballymurphy killings in Northern Ireland in 1971. He says he wants to say sorry to the family of the 10 people who were killed. He reads out their names. And he says no apology can lessen the lasting pain of the families. He hopes other families will find answers with less distress and delay.Boris Johnson starts by referring to the results of the inquest into the Ballymurphy killings in Northern Ireland in 1971. He says he wants to say sorry to the family of the 10 people who were killed. He reads out their names. And he says no apology can lessen the lasting pain of the families. He hopes other families will find answers with less distress and delay.Boris Johnson starts by referring to the results of the inquest into the Ballymurphy killings in Northern Ireland in 1971. He says he wants to say sorry to the family of the 10 people who were killed. He reads out their names. And he says no apology can lessen the lasting pain of the families. He hopes other families will find answers with less distress and delay.Boris Johnson starts by referring to the results of the inquest into the Ballymurphy killings in Northern Ireland in 1971. He says he wants to say sorry to the family of the 10 people who were killed. He reads out their names. And he says no apology can lessen the lasting pain of the families. He hopes other families will find answers with less distress and delay.Boris Johnson starts by referring to the results of the inquest into the Ballymurphy killings in Northern Ireland in 1971. He says he wants to say sorry to the family of the 10 people who were killed. He reads out their names. And he says no apology can lessen the lasting pain of the families. He hopes other families will find answers with less distress and delay.