Susan O'Keeffe: 'The only way forward for unionists and nationalists is to finally tell the truth'

Politicians talking about the future cannot ignore the shadow of past terrorism that is still visible in the North

25th March, 2017

World leaders and local leaders joined thousands at St Columba’s church in Derry to pay their respects to Martin McGuinness, but it was Gerry Adams, his friend and fellow Sinn Féin member, who managed to have the last word on the story of McGuinness’ life. “Martin McGuinness was not a terrorist,” he said in his graveside oration and the loyal crowd of republican mourners took the clear cue and clapped long and loudly....

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