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The response by all the parties in Stormont to the killings of PSNI Constable Stephen Carroll, and of soldiers Mark Quinsey and Patrick Azimkar in Northern Ireland has been heartening. It reflects the widespread anger and revulsion at the acts among

14th March, 2009

The response by all the parties in Stormont to the killings of PSNI Constable Stephen Carroll, and of soldiers Mark Quinsey and Patrick Azimkar in Northern Ireland has been heartening. It reflects the widespread anger and revulsion at the acts among the ordinary people of Northern Ireland, expressed in vigils, demonstrations, and in public discourse there and in the Republic in recent days.

It was what would be expected of a civilised polity, which Northern...

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