May 19, 2021
No place for armed groups in society – Kelly

Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly has said there can be no place for violence or threats of violence in society. 

Gerry Kelly said: 

“The comments at Westminster today from the Loyalist Communities Council on violence in relation to the protocol are very concerning. 

“To state that violence cannot be taken off the table is completely  unacceptable and these remarks must be clarified. 

“We saw recently the impact of violence on our streets with property destroyed, police officers injured and people terrified in their homes. 

“There can be no place for violence or threats of violence in our society today. 

“The LCC claims it is trying to persuade these groups intent on violence to go away; it should not be issuing warnings on their behalf. 

“We need all armed groups to stop their actions, disband and go away once and for all.”

Follow us online

Latest Tweets

Carers across the state are stretched beyond their means, and their work is taken for granted.

Our plan before the Dáil this evening would increase payments for all carers so that they are adequately supported.

Carers deserve better - their voices must be heard! @DMitchellTD

We must work together to create more good jobs so that our young people have a future here.

I have a positive vision for Derry – at the heart of it is building our economy, ensuring our local businesses thrive & working with our Executive team to transform & invest in our city.

I am delighted to join our Fermanagh and South Tyrone candidate, Pat Cullen, as we speak to workers, families, and local businesses.

As a Trade Union leader and a champion of our health service, Pat knows what it means to have the backs of ordinary people.

She will bring that

Minister must bring forward solution for Forgotten Farmers in this year’s Budget – Claire Kerrane TD

@ClaireKerrane

Load More