Let’s stop playing politics with the past
We need to learn from the McElduff debacle – but, too often, commentary on important issues has a clear political motivation
The Barry McElduff debacle has thrown into sharp relief the issue of victims/survivors of the conflict in our country.
His deeply insensitive tweet on the anniversary of the Kingsmill sectarian killings has caused real hurt. In the first instance for Alan Black and the Kingsmill families, but also across the entire community of victims/survivors.
Many people were deeply disappointed with Sinn Féin’s response to Barry’s behaviour. We need to listen to these voices...
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