Steady as she goes..

While the BBC notes 10 motions tabled at the SF Ard Fheis calling on the party to alter it’s current, conditional, stance on support for policing the Belfast Telegraph tells us that voting has already been completed, although there doesn’t seem to have been much of a debate

One resolution from Co. Kerry that said pledging allegiance to the police amounted to reinforcing British rule was withdrawn. Others from Fermanagh, Co. Dublin and Monaghan, called for support for policing to be conditional on loyalists disarming, or London agreeing a date for ending partition. In the event, no-one spoke in favour and they were overwhelmingly defeated.


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