DUP Boss Arlene Foster Would Choose Exile Over A Reunited Ireland

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There were several interesting items in last Wednesday’s BBC documentary, My Dad, the Peace Deal and Me, featuring the Irish comedian Patrick Kielty and his examination of the negotiated end to the conflict which defined the United Kingdom’s legacy territory in the north-east of Ireland for some three decades. It was a very personal piece of film-making on the cessation of the so-called Troubles by the well-known celebrity, shaped in part by the death of his father at an early age, murdered by the pro-British gunmen of the Ulster Defence Association in 1988 (at the time, the UDA was in a unique position as Europe’s only legal terrorist organisation, the UK refusing to ban the grouping until 1992 during reciprocal backchannel talks with the Irish Republican Movement).

One noteworthy snippet from the programme was the claim by Arlene Foster, the leader of the separatist Democratic Unionist Party…

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