Unionist parties should come together to work for the Province’s common interest

Letter to the editor
Letter to the editor

I couldn’t agree more with Mr D. Love, Limavady (March 8) on his comments of the unionist parties coming together, working together, for the common good of the people of this Province.

Surely one can agree to disagree on certain issues without taking things to the extreme and have the common interest for good to all.

The nationalists have done very well over the years under unionism and Sinn Fein’s Michelle O’Neill ought to recognise that.

She and others did not reject the Queen’s coinage even though they have tried over the years to have the Queen’s image done away with but nevertheless the coinage is made at the Royal Mint.

Michelle has a venomous tongue and it will make more enemies than friends.

Her income is made up by people from all walks of life and it costs little to show respect to everyone, be they Democratic Unionist Party or whoever.

William Brown, Magherafelt