EVEN among the heroic low standards we've come to expect from our elected representatives, an Arlene Foster speech can usually be relied upon to be about as much fun as a burst tyre in a Fermanagh rainstorm.
ON May 21 1998, the day before the Good Friday Agreement referendum, I took part in a radio debate.
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Fionnuala O Connor
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