PM de­fends a painful de­ci­sion

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&World Update -

DAVID Cameron ad­mit­ted he finds it “painful” to work with for­mer IRA chief Martin McGuin­ness to­day as he de­fended the Bloody Sun­day In­quiry. But the Prime Min­is­ter in­sisted com­pro­mises such as the rehabilitation of the North­ern Ire­land Deputy First Min­is­ter were a “price worth pay­ing” for peace. “The Good Fri­day Agree­ment was painful . . . but as a re­sult the IRA did agree to end the war,” he said.

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