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A famous public handshake by the late 26 County Taoiseach Albert
Reynolds with the Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams and the SDLP leader
John Hume in Dublin was designed “to tie Adams into a process from which
he personally would not be able to escape”, according to previously
classified British government files released this week in Belfast.
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