Human Rights Act

September 17, 2000

The Labour Party refuses to organise in Northern Ireland.   This means that the people of the Province are unable to vote for or against the Party which forms the Government of the United Kingdom.

 

This is a clear breach of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.   Either the Labour Government should resign or the Labour Party should allow the people of Northern Ireland the opportunity to join it.    Why if you live in Bangkok you can join the Labour Party but not if you live in Belfast?

 

We understand that when Martin Mcguiness meets Peter Mandelson the air turns blue.  That is when you can see it through the smoke emanating from the increasing numbers of incendiary devices being found in Belfast's stores.

 

Pressure on the Government is growing in Northern Ireland due to the small number of members of the RUC to take voluntary redundancy.   What will the Government do?

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