We need apologies, not apologists
September 19, 2013 | Nick Taylor
Published 19th September 2013
Colin Parry, whose son Tim was one of two young boys killed in the IRA’s Warrington bomb in 1993, is a very eloquent man, who has sought to avoid similar atrocities by opening a peace centre in the town. But even a man of such good heart cannot forgive those who murdered his child and his feelings mirror those of a large number of people who have been bereaved in Northern Ireland.
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