1916 speeches round-up…

MARTIN disagrees with Gerry and Peter – Stormont won’t be a ‘battle a day’ after all. We’ll see soon enough. The Deputy-First-Minister-to-be also said republicans “have now entered the end phase of our struggle” and the countdown was on to a united Ireland, though he didn’t mention when Year Zero would be. Meanwhile, in other Easter addresses by Sinn Fein, an election-conscious Gerry Adams focused on the south, lambasting parties there for not doing enough to bring about a united Ireland. You can read extracts from Adams’ and Gerry Kelly’s speeches here.

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