29 June 2018 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Arlene Foster says going to GAA Match was a “Significant Step”

Michael Fisher

It was a short journey, around seventeen miles, for the DUP leader Arlene Foster from her home near Brookeborough in Fermanagh across the border to Clones on Sunday. But it was an important one that could help to unblock the current political stalemate in the North. Earlier this month Leo Varadkar became the first Taoiseach from the Republic to visit the headquarters of the Orange Order. He paused to pay his respects at a memorial to commemorate 336 members of the Order who had been killed during the troubles. Two actions within two weeks by political leaders on either side of the border that can only help to develop a better…

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