Our family always came from a position of being strong unionists, but considerate and tolerant of other people’s opinions

Our family always came from a position of being strong unionists, but considerate and tolerant of other people’s opinions
Ian Marshall Pic: Fergal Phillips

Growing up in a Presbyterian family on a farm in South Armagh during the Troubles taught independent Senator Ian Marshall the values of tolerance and pragmatism and they have served him well, both in his time as head of the Ulster Farmers’ Union and now as a member of Seanad Éireann

CV: Ian Marshall

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