Letter: Ulster seizes the moral low ground

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The Independent Online
Sir: Those of your readers who attend major sporting events will have noticed that, as with the marches in Northern Ireland, a substantial police presence is required. A large proportion of the cost is, however, met by the sporting body concerned.

The same rules do not apply in Northern Ireland, where Unionists and nationalists are able to parade around free of charge to them but with considerable expense to the rest of us. Perhaps Mo Mowlam could correct this anomaly.

PETER FAIRWEATHER

Faversham, Kent

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