Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 1 September 2015

Plain speaking

Published 18/10/2007

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I'm not really that bothered whether people want to speak Irish or not, but surely Assembly members have bother enough communicating in a language understood by all without this pointless time consuming debate.

Why don't they spend the valueble time (according to them) on things that impact on the lives of people?

I thought that is what they were elected for.

Patrick McShane, Strabane

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