Sunday 25 January 2009

Cash for Terrorists

It seems that those wise men from The Consultative Group on the Past have decided to give some of our money to the families of those killed in Northern Ireland’s ‘Troubles.’

This will include the families of terrorists who died trying to kill British subjects; civilian and security forces alike.

Here’s the BBC report on it.

If you feel like contacting these wise and sensitive (not to say generous with our taxes) gentlemen, their organisation’s webmail can be found here.

Robin Eames also has articles on the Anglican Communion’s website ( he was formerly bishop of Derry and Raphoe Down and Dromore and Archbishop of Armagh.

So if you fancy dropping him a line in his capacity as a servant of the Prince of Peace, here are contact details for

Anglican Communion Office,
St Andrew's House,
16 Tavistock Crescent,
W11 1AP

Telephone Numbers:

Telephone: + 44 (0) 20 7313 3900

Fax: +44 (0) 20 7313 3999


Hat-tips to the always foul-mouthed and never knowingly under-sworn Devils’s Kitchen and originally from Mr. Eugenides.

There is strong language and bitter vituperation on these blogs from the start.



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