Derry businesses defiant after bomb attacks in city

Last Monday night’s car bomb attack in Derry injured two police officers and caused significant damage to financial and business premises.

9th October, 2010

Last Monday night’s car bomb attack in Derry injured two police officers and caused significant damage to financial and business premises.

Yet despite the bombing - the second significant Real IRA attack in the city in as many months - business leaders last week expressed confidence that dissident republican violence would not jeopardise the city’s regeneration.

‘‘Of course incidents like this make it more difficult for the business community, but the...

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