Tuesday July 14, 2020

Tit for tat

Donal O'Driscoll writes that nationalists in Northern Ireland felt that they had only one option, an option for violence, and that he has no intention of patronising them or 'loyalists' such as David Ervine who felt the same (Letters, 7/8/05).

13th August, 2005

Donal O'Driscoll writes that nationalists in Northern Ireland felt that they had only one option, an option for violence, and that he has no intention of patronising them or 'loyalists' such as David Ervine who felt the same (Letters, 7/8/05).

It is odd that it has not occurred toMr O'Driscoll that nationalists and ‘loyalists' who chose violence ended up killing one another.

Individuals who engaged in tit-for-tat killing should not be patronised; they should, however,...

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