In 2000, Michael Gove, then home editor of the London Times, attacked the Good Friday Agreement in a Centre for Policy Study paper entitled The Price of Peace, from a deeply Tory/unionist perspective. He was, of course, perfectly entitled to do so, especially at a time when the Provisionals had not yet disarmed and long before the St Andrews Conference finally paved the way for the DUP and Sinn Féin to share power.
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