Adams unhappy after Downing Street summit

The Sinn Féin president, Gerry Adams, last night said that his afternoon summit with Tony Blair and Bertie Ahern was “unsatisfactory”. Speaking to the North Belfast News from London, Mr Adams said: “Mr Blair said he would not publish the Cory Report at this time. I believe there is a connection between the British refusal to co-operate with the Barron Report on the Dublin/Monaghan bombs and the refusal to publish the Cory Report. And that connection is collusion.”
The West Belfast MP said collusion was “administrative practice” here. “The only conclusion we can come to is that the people who controlled and directed collusion remain in place and still have considerable power within the system. Also, both governments would not give us assurances we sought that outstanding commitments on basic rights and entitlements will now be followed through on.
“Mr Blair is not as focused as he should be, so after Christmas we have to get back to campaigning again.”

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