Sense of proportion needed from Farry
I was amused by Stephen Farry’s claim that Unionist concerns about the Protocol are a product of a “grievance factory”
(Nesbitt demands withdrawal of Farry’s ‘grievance factory’ claim, News Letter, June 22).
This is the same Stephen Farry who said he would report a toy shop to the authorities because of a sticker in the window related to a display of toy soldiers*.
This is the same Stephen Farry who called for Linfield to “rethink” their kit because it was orange and purple.
Dare I suggest that stickers in toy shop windows and the colour of football shirts are a tad less significant than the implied repeal of the Act of Union as a result of the Protocol which Dr Farry’s party called to be rigorously implemented?
Samuel Morrison, TUV, Dromore, Co Down
* Specifically Mr Farry was complaining about models of German troops sold by a small Bangor business, bearing the historically-accurate swastika-and-palm insignia of Rommel’s Afrika Korps
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