CONTROVERSY OVER NORTH MINISTER’S PAUL QUINN COMMENTS RAISED WITH BRITISH PRIME MINISTER

8 February 2020 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Comments made by the Northern Ireland Finance Minister Conor Murphy of Sinn Féin in relation to the murder in Co Monaghan in 2007 of Co Armagh man Paul Quinn were raised with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the House of Commons yesterday. In response to representations on the comments made by Northern Ireland MPs, Mr Johnson said that his Government would “implement the Stormont Agreement in such a way as to provide certainty for veterans and justice for victims as well.”

The mother of Paul Quinn has called for Conor Murphy to resign or be removed from office by SF leader Mary Lou McDonald after comments shortly after the murder which Breege Quinn said placed a serious slur on her late son by suggesting that he had…

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