Unionist councillors condemn books of condolence for Martin McGuinness
A councillor whose uncle was murdered by a booby-trap bomb has fiercely condemned the opening of books of condolence to Martin McGuinness, and suggested that victims may be so appalled that they will take matters into their own hands.
Kilclooney: McGuinness went from evil to peaceful leadership
As one who was the subject of an IRA assassination attempt, when minister at Home Affairs in 1972 in Northern Ireland and then staying in the Grand Hotel in Brighton when it was the target of an IRA bomb I have obviously had reason to watch Martin McGuinness closely.
May offers condolences for McGuinness death as NI Assembly holds special sitting
Prime Minister Theresa May offered her condolences in the House of Commons for the death of Martin McGuinness, as a special sitting of the Northern Ireland Assembly got under way to remember the life of the former Sinn Fein deputy first minister.