» Monday, February 14, 2005

Northern Ireland

Asked whose responsibility it was to decide whether sanctions should be imposed on the IRA, the PMOS said that the IMC made recommendations which the two government’s then took forward or not depending on their view. Asked if the two governments would both agree on what should be done, the PMOS said that there were certain things which were in the British Government’s remit but as always we would seek consensus with Dublin.

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  1. Asked when they were going to produce any evidence of either the IRA or Sinn Fein’s involvement with the bank robbery……

    Comment by Uncarved Block — 14 Feb 2005 on 10:10 pm | Link
  2. and the PMOS answered

    "What makes you think we need evidence, didn’t you learn anything from our handling of the Iraq war?"

    Comment by Roger Huffadine — 16 Feb 2005 on 7:30 am | Link

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