Gail Walker writes of Peter Robinson's Dundonald home “...it isn't really the sprawling Southfork of popular myth.
It's the sort of house middle-class families across Northern Ireland live in. Or aspire to live in” (January 15).
That may well be true, but how many people here can match the Robinsons by living in (or even aspiring to live in) three homes on two continents?
And how many can have the mortgage on one of those three homes paid for by the state?
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