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Brennan: No shame for FF in wanting a united Ireland

Fianna Fáil should not be ashamed of saying that it still wants a united Ireland, and this should not frighten unionists, says Minister for Social Affairs Seamus Brennan.

1st October, 2005

Fianna Fáil should not be ashamed of saying that it still wants a united Ireland, and this should not frighten unionists, says Minister for Social Affairs Seamus Brennan.

Brennan said Fianna Fáil needed to realise that the Good Friday Agreement was party policy, and that it allowed persuasion to bring about a united Ireland of about six million people. He said a united Ireland would be “a wonderful economic, social and cultural unit'‘....

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