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Census 2001: The Sinn Fein take

Mon 16 December 2002, 6:19pm

Chris Thorton reports that Mitchell McLaughlin warns unionists that the demographic trends should not simply be a source of fear, but suggests instead that they:

“…they would serve their constituency best by encouraging discussion and debate on how a united Ireland would guarantee equality and human rights for all traditions.”

Put like that, it’s an offer that few Unionist are likely to want to be seen to accept.

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