Letter: Ireland will not be bullied into silence

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Sir: Following the decision by the Chief Constable of the RUC to allow the Orange march to proceed down the Garvaghy Road, Gerry Adams said: "The peace process lies in absolute ruins."

He did not say that when the IRA bombs were detonated at Canary Wharf and Manchester. After the Manchester bomb he said: "This is a time for everyone committed to peace to dig deep and apply ourselves with greater determination to restore the peace process." Now he can blame the Unionists for the breakdown of the "peace process" and feel that he is off the hook.

BERT WARD

Middlesbrough, Cleveland

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