SF in power may be closer here than there

Southern politics may be more quickly affected than the North's by the IRA decision.

6th August, 2005

Given the predictability of the ‘”nd of the world is nigh'” DUP reaction to the IRA statement of 10 days ago and the consequent response by the British government, it is the impact on politics in the south that is of more immediate interest.

That fact was not lost on the key makers of those events of July 28.The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dermot Ahern, was out responding to the question as to...

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