Tea and conspiracy?

Sinn Féin’s star is on the rise on both sides of the border, which undoubtedly concerns both the British establishment and its unionist supporters, writes Tom McGurk.

11th May, 2014
While Sinn Féin loses its toxicity, it appears that Fianna Fáil can’t.

British Prime Minister David Cameron had a big tea-party in the back garden of 10 Downing Street recently. All of the DUP’s Westminster members were there, plus their Northern Ireland Assembly leadership. Unusually, according to observers, their families including children, were invited too. It was an ‘At Home with David and Samantha’.

Seemingly the kids had a great time playing in the famous rose garden as the adults enjoyed some refreshments.

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