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UDA boss Dee Stitt blasts DUP and claims he was used as fodder during RHI scandal

UDA boss ‘wouldn’t rule out return to violence’ by loyalists 

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TIRADE: Dee Stitt at the launch of a mural in Bangor honouring 1970s UDA leader Tommy Herron

TIRADE: Dee Stitt at the launch of a mural in Bangor honouring 1970s UDA leader Tommy Herron

TIRADE: Dee Stitt at the launch of a mural in Bangor honouring 1970s UDA leader Tommy Herron

UDA boss Dee Stitt has claimed he was used as a “scapegoat” to take attention away from the RHI scandal and accused the DUP of being “useless”.

Bangor-based  Stitt also said he “wouldn’t rule out a return to violence” by loyalists in an interview for a new book on Northern Protestants by author Susan McKay.

Ms McKay interviewed dozens of people from all round Northern Ireland for her new book but admits globe-trotting Stitt kept her waiting before they met up at Cafe Havana, his Cuban-themed cafe near his Bangor home.


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