Justice Minister breaks from tradition and refers to ‘Londonderry’ in the Dail

It seems the Irish Government is now referring to Derry as 'Londonderry'.

The Justice Minister has this lunchtime being putting through legislation to extend the anti-terrorist powers under the Offences Against the State Act.

The powers were initiated after the Real IRA Omagh bombing in 1998.

And in the Dáil Minister Alan Shatter was outlining some of the reasons why they should still apply:

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