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I also speak in favour of the motion. We have an opportunity today in the Chamber to send a clear message to the British Government that there can be no amnesty for state forces and that we reject their proposed interference in the legal process. By any stretch of the imagination, for the British Government to present the proposals as an attempt to promote reconciliation is disingenuous,...
Towards the end of the statement, it says: "The Summit also discussed the latest political developments across their jurisdictions". Obviously, that includes political developments around Brexit and the protocol.
Sinn Féin MLA for Mid Ulster
Entered the Assembly on 9 March 2007 — election
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