Amnesty still not ruled out…

FURTHER to the two posts on the Prime Minister’s answer to Nigel Dodds regarding an amnesty for terrorists, Downing Street subsequently issued a statement clarifying that Gordon Brown had, in fact, not ruled one out. It reads: “”On this issue the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has said that nothing is ruled out and nothing is ruled in. The Prime Minister paid tribute to the gallant service of the security forces in Northern Ireland and his comments in no way change what the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland said.”

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