Making the North a shared place

By Gerry Adams, Sinn Féin President (for the Irish Times)

In a recent discussion with the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, I put it to him that the problem with British policy on Ireland is that it is essentially about upholding the Union. While Mr Blair may think he is modernising unionism, his strategy and policy mean that inevitably it is the UUP and DUP which are allowed to set the pace.

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