Much work to be done - Adams

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams, speaking at a commemoration in Belfast to mark the 30th Anniversary for IRA Volunteers Joey Surgeoner, Paul Marlowe and Francie Fitzsimmons who were killed in an explosion in the gasworks in October 1976, said “bringing rejectionist unionism into the peace process would be an enormous achievement”. The following is trhe full text of his remarks.

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