UUP Lord Kilclooney Attacks Leo Varadkar With “Typical Indian” Jibe


For over thirty years, the Monaghan-born politician John Taylor, who sits as Lord Kilclooney in the upper house of the British parliament, was a central figure in the unionist politics of “Northern Ireland”, the United Kingdom’s last scrap of colonial territory on the island of Ireland. During his long career in the Ulster Unionist Party he gained infamy as a senior member of the one-party regime at Stormont during the final bloody years of its existence, before becoming the deputy leader of the ousted organisation, representing it in the House of Commons and the European Parliament during the 1980s and beyond (in the latter legislature he was aligned with the short-lived Group of the European Right, founded by the explicit fascists of the French National Front and the Italian Social Movement).

For most Irish people, north and south, he is indelibly associated with the McGurk’s Bar Massacre of 1971

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