Following Mary McAleeses intervention linking a visit by the Queen to the RoI to devolution of policing and justice (later confirmed as Dublin government policy) there was universal anger from unionists; her comments being condemned by the DUP, UUP and TUV.
After McAleeses last set of unacceptable remarks (the infamous Prods are like Nazis comments) she had to cancel a visit to Belfast. She has, however, been back in Northern Ireland this week according to her website. She appears to have been to a number of maintained schools, an integrated school and a nursing home.
One wonders how long it will be until she tries visiting a predominantly Protestant school or unionist area or event. She may have decided that keeping a low profile will allow this row to blow over. However, after two extremely unpopular episodes seemingly calculated to annoy unionists; one wonders whether or not she will be welcomed by anyone other than protestors if she tries any further Unionist engagement.
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