Willie Kealy: North's wounds won't heal until we move on
Willie Kealy says it's time to draw a line under the issue and acknowledge that relations between the two nations have normalised
Published 24/11/2013 | 01:00
THAT idea from the Northern Ireland Attorney-General wasn't such a bad one, you know. Basically he was saying, can we not put it all behind us and get on with living?
We had 30 years of terrorism and occupation. And it has been 15 years since the Good Friday Agreement. There is at least one whole generation with no memory of the so-called "Troubles".