Truth, half-truth and nothing like the truth..

Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams has been promoting his party’s March for Half-Truth again and is talking up the prospect of extending its declared objectives.. He’s also been criticising the Eames/Bradley consultative group – “I have problems in relation to its remit”. But it’s the BBC report on the press conference which points to one of the reasons why I and, I’d suggest, others are sceptical of his self-appointed role as a ‘campaigner for truth’ – “he said criticism of his own past should not mask the central issue.” [and which past would that be, Gerry? – Ed]