Tuesday, July 16, 2002

The trouble in and around the Short Strand comes in for some attention. Anthony McIntyre asks for the hyperbole to be taken down a notch or two, suggesting, “replacing the need to state what is with a penchant for the ridiculous only invites ridiculing of the needs of people going about their daily lives in a climate of adversity.”

There are signs that Unionists of all shades are taking up the idea of Civil Rights to boost their own political agenda.


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