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Why did Roy Greenslade demonise me when I accused an IRA member of rape?

2 March 2021

4:16 AM

2 March 2021

4:16 AM

Does it really matter if someone who was a newspaper editor, columnist and journalism professor has now admitted to being an unapologetic supporter for the ‘physical force’ carried out by the IRA? In short, yes it does, very much.

You might not have heard of Roy Greenslade until the story this weekend that the former Daily Mirror editor, and Sun executive outed himself as an ardent IRA supporter.

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