SDLP’s uncertainty principle is baffling


By Brian Feeney (for Irish News)

What you’ve watched in the last fortnight is the political equivalent of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle in physics. That principle suggests that the closer you get to establishing the position of a particle the more difficult it is to work out its speed of movement. Conversely the closer you get to working out its speed of movement, the more difficult it is to work out its position.

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