A Fine Gael Senator has sensationally "questioned Sinn Féin’s commitment to peace". The reason Senator Joe O’Reilly gives is because they "continue to sell IRA memorabilia on the party’s website to raise funds".
Cavan based Senator Joe O’Reilly said: “I find it...
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