Sister of a man killed on Bloody Sunday condemns Sinn Féin’s decision to take part in events to mark Prince Charles’ visit

katenashThe sister of a man killed on Bloody Sunday has condemned Sinn Féin’s decision to take part in events to mark Prince Charles’ visit to Ireland this week.

Sinn Féin insists the visit is an opportunity to promote reconciliation.

Kate Nash, however, says the prince, as Colonel-in-Chief of the Parachute Regiment - the regiment responsible for the 1972 massacre in Derry’s Bogside - is not welcome.

And she says she is not happy with Sinn Fein: