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Noel Whelan was a force for good and a vital part of the peace process

Where it suited the cause and where it suited himself, Noel Whelan would make public his involvement in it. Why not? Where the cause would not be helped by making his involvement public, he would be silent. Utterly silent. And he would stay silent.Read more





Noel Whelan was a force for good and a vital part of the peace process

Where it suited the cause and where it suited himself Noel Whelan would make public his involvement in it Why not Where the cause would not be helped by making his involvement public he would be silent Utterly silent And he would stay silent
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Building a public consensus for a new vision of Republic is vital

Recent calls for a Republic Day have been given additional force by events in Day is one means in such a process but much more is required Building a public consensus for a new vision of our future is vital a vision which commands widespread
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Unsung hero helped paramilitaries go from bullet to ballot box

Noel Whelan was much much more than a lawyer and columnistHe was a powerful force for good on many fronts And a vital part of the peace process in the North writes Terry Prone Where it suited the cause and where it suited himself Noel Whelan would
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Transfer news RECAP All the rumours and done deals from Monday

Reports emerged this summer Neymar is trying to force a return back to Barcelona Time will tell Former Leeds star Noel Whelan says Rangers have turned Kemar Roofes head with a huge offer Reports suggest Steven Gerrard has targeted the
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Noel Whelan Trump not coming to Ireland is for the better

The plans being worked on would have had Air Force One land at Shannon Airport Derry and other places not least because of his significant contribution to the peace process The Obama link is also marked in Moneygall albeit most prominently and
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Tourists Can Now Experience Northern Irelands Violent Political History

LANGFITT After the death of more than 3600 people the conflict ended with the Good Friday Peace Agreement in 1998 But divisions remain Across the street stands a brick wall covered in political murals Its part Whelan now hands our group over to
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