Letter: Ulster seizes the moral low ground

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The Independent Online
Sir: The 12th and 13th of July are paid public holidays in Northern Ireland, just like Christmas and Easter Monday. The 12th is the anniversary of the battle of the Boyne. This sends out a message to both communities that it is respectable to be anti-Catholic and anti-Irish. These two days must be replaced with the same public holidays as in the rest of the UK.


Langley, Berkshire