Marian Price has been in prison since the secretary of state revoked her licence last May
The BBC understands the Old Bailey bomber Marian Price is being moved from Hydebank Prison to a hospital in Belfast.
It follows medical advice from psychiatrists working for the South Eastern Health Trust.
Earlier this year she was moved from Maghaberry Prison to Hydebank, also on medical advice.
Sinn Fein and the SDLP have led a high profile campaign to have her released to hospital.
Ms Price was convicted for her part in the bombing of the Old Bailey in 1973 but was later released from prison on licence.
Her licence was revoked last May following a dissident republican rally in Londonderry.
‘No evidence’She was charged with encouraging support for an illegal organisation after she was filmed holding a speech for a masked man as he made threats against the security forces.
She was also subsequently charged in connection with the murders of two soldiers at Massereene Barracks, County Antrim in March 2009.
Last month, terrorist charges against Ms Price and three other prominent republicans connected to the dissident republican rally were dropped after a judge said prosecutors had placed no evidence before him.
On the 4th of july the spl chairmans will vote for the greater good off the scottish game and hopefully do the right thing and vote NO TO NEWCO RANGERS integrity can be brought back to our shores by voting out this vile institution rfc 1873 previous name now club x club 12 zombie rangers,the rangers club whatever who cares there not wanted and we want justice for all vote no to newco send them packing to the 3rd division hh
Just heard on the news that political internee Marian Price has been moved to an outside hospital due to the deterioration of her health as a result of being held in solitary confinement for over a year at “her majesty’s pleasure”. Will Marty ask Mrs Windsor if she can dig out that Royal Prerogative of Mercy that has apparently been “lost”? Never mind shaking the war criminals hand #scum
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