Just to pick up on some of David McNarrys comments on Stormont Live on an Irish Language Act.
David McNarry : Barry, if you are that fond of Ireland, you know, go sit in the DáilFirst of all, most unionists I feel would disagree with Davids implication that Northern Ireland is not part of a geographical Ireland. One of the few things that I find many Nationalist and Unionists agree on is a distaste for the Southern States appropriation of the name Ireland.
Most nationalists of course find invitations such as Davids, or as it is normally put, why dont you just move down south? to be incidious and threatening.
However, as I stated on the other thread, I shall be writing to a number of Conservative MPs, including Mr. Cameron on this issue with respect to the Ulster Unionist link-up with the Tories (< Gael. outlaws quite) on the following points.1. Is Mr McNarrys attitude representation of Conservative Party policy?2. Is it now the official policy of the Conservatives that Nationalists who seek language rights and / or self-determination be subject to such sentiments? Does this therefore extend to the Scottish Highlands and Wales?I could take my comunication further but I will keep it simple as this point, Ill let yous know how I get on. (any suggestions btw?)UPDATE :
Tory (< Gael. Torach, ‘outlaw’)