We were in Seamus Mallon’s home in Markethill in November 1983, on a dark night in every sense of the word. A few hours earlier, the SDLP’s deputy leader, then a member of Armagh district council had attended a meeting in the city. There had been a row when some DUP councillors refused to stand for a minute’s silence in memory of a local Catholic man who had been killed by loyalist extremists....
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