Sunday October 25, 2020

North heartland's unionism belongs in a trailer park

Last Saturday night the unionists of Belfast treated us to an evening of truly surreal proportions.

17th September, 2005

Last Saturday night the unionists of Belfast treated us to an evening of truly surreal proportions. Outside City Hall, thousands waving Union Jacks were part of a live BBC broadcast of the last night of the proms. They sang lustily. Donegal Square echoed to Jerusalem and Land of Hope and Glory.

Meanwhile, not a mile away in North Belfast others had also hoisted the Union Jack and were aiming automatic gunfire and blast bombs at...

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