Welfare poor excuse for failure to deal with past

Nuala O'Loan said the British government tying up welfare reform with dealing with the past was 'immoral'
Interesting little item on BBC Radio 4’s The World This Weekend on Sunday. Baroness Nuala O’Loan and writer Susan McKay both had penalty kicks at the failure of the British government to do anything about their obligation to deal with the past and make no mistake, it is an obligation recognised internationally by both the EU and the UN. Susan McKay told the British audience that sectarianism was as bad if not worse than ever and that while over £20 million had been spent dealing with the ludicrous loyalist encampment at the top of the Woodvale Road, it is ‘outrageous[...]

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