Hearts and Minds, back after the Easter break is on BBC2 NI tonight at 10pm. “And as the Commons debates the humpty dumpty legislation to put the Assembly together again, we ask Peter Hain why he thinks the November deadline will work. Can the Orange order ever regain a credible voice? A corruscating criticism of the Order by a senior member paints a picture of an organisation in disarray. We debate its claims”.
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