Differing Donegal perspectives on Royal visit

Donegal North East Deputy Padraig Mac Lochlainn has hit out at people who rioted and attacked gardai in Dublin last evening on the fringes of the Royal Visit, but says that is not to take away from the legitimate concerns people have about this visit.

On the issue of an apology, or whatever words Queen Elizabeth may choose to use when she speaks at a state dinner in Dublin Castle tonight, there needs to be an acknowledgement of the role British Intelligence played in helping plan a number of loyalist atrocities........

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Meanwhile, Junior MInister Dinny Mc Ginley was chosen as one of five Ministers of State to meet the Queen and Prince Philip when they visited government buildings.

The Donegal South West Deputy says it was an honour..........

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