In the shadow of McGuinness
Arlene Foster predicted that the election would be ‘brutal’ – but she couldn’t have foreseen just how personally pummelling it would be
For three years or more, as an observer of goings-on at Stormont, I questioned in my writings and broadcasts: why is Sinn Féin being so passive and subservient to the DUP?
A blind person on a galloping horse could see what was happening.
It appeared to me the Democratic Unionist Party press office was the main conduit for selective dissemination of news and information about what was or wasn’t happening in the Executive...
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