As ‘badger’ indicated in the comments, Sinn Féin haven’t, as I had mistakenly thought, done a u-turn over publishing the PfG Committee’s Report on Rights; Safeguards; Equality Issues and Victims. In fact the u-turn was by the Secretary of State for Wales etc, Peter Hain, who, as the Order Paper for tomorrow’s plenary session shows, has ignored the PfG Committee and set his own motion for his assembly to debate. That’s despite his previous demand for unanimity among the parties in the committee for any decisions to be made, a demand which was in response to Sinn Féin’s lack of agreement with the other parties at that time.. and a demand that the committee kept to all through the summer.
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