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Sinn Féin providing advice and support to hardcore loyalist activists

Sierra

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The Irish News are running an interesting story on the Project Eagle revelations. It turns out SF provided advice and support in secret to loyalist activist Jamie Bryson prior to his appearance before the Public Accounts Committe.

Sinn Féin 'coached' Jamie Bryson before Nama hearing

Pretty embarrassing revelations for SF. Seems they are working hand in hand with hardcore loyalist activists. How times have changed.

It's also highly inappropriate for a powerful body such as PAC to be used for party political purposes. It certainly raises serious questions as to whether SF can be trusted in Government. Looks like Daithí McKay is in serious trouble.
 


GDPR

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Pretty smart of them- have Jamie who is probably one of the biggest fools Norn Iron politics has given birth (and that is a tall order) to humiliate the DUP and embaress the Southern Establishment.
 

Fullforward

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The Irish News are running an interesting story on the Project Eagle revelations. It turns out SF provided advice and support in secret to loyalist activist Jamie Bryson prior to his appearance before the Public Accounts Committe.

Sinn Féin 'coached' Jamie Bryson before Nama hearing

Pretty embarrassing revelations for SF. Seems they are working hand in hand with hardcore loyalist activists. How times have changed.

It's also highly inappropriate for a powerful body such as PAC to be used for party political purposes. It certainly raises serious questions as to whether SF can be trusted in Government. Looks like Daithí McKay is in serious trouble.
Admit it, that was all you really wanted to say,wasn't it?
 

johnnypockets

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The Irish News are running an interesting story on the Project Eagle revelations. It turns out SF provided advice and support in secret to loyalist activist Jamie Bryson prior to his appearance before the Public Accounts Committe.

Sinn Féin 'coached' Jamie Bryson before Nama hearing

Pretty embarrassing revelations for SF. Seems they are working hand in hand with hardcore loyalist activists. How times have changed.

It's also highly inappropriate for a powerful body such as PAC to be used for party political purposes. It certainly raises serious questions as to whether SF can be trusted in Government. Looks like Daithí McKay is in serious trouble.
Of course they can't be trusted in government. But we didn't really need this story to prove that.
 

gleeful

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Sinn Fein working with Loyalists? This is what the peace process is all about.
 

hammer

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Sinn Fein working with Loyalists? This is what the peace process is all about.
Sinn Féin's Daithi McKay has resigned as MLA for North Antrim and been suspended from the party amid political controversy over allegations of coaching a witness during a Stormont committee hearing.

Is it :)
 

GDPR

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Looks like Stormont cant use Brysons ghosted blog entries now.

Maybe that was the whole point.
 

between the bridges

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Sf/Ra consulting fellow unionists, nathing to see here...
 

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At last, the Blueshirts have found a genuine scandal involving SF in this century. They'll be like a pig with two mickeys.
 


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