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Connla Young
A non-denominational school has moved to distance itself from a member of its board of governors who said “you couldn’t have enough tricolours" on loyalist bonfires. Fellow governors at Antrim Grammar School took the unusual step after the UUP suspended Jim Sands who is a former election candidate.



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