Rosemary Goring: A happy day for equality, but a sad day for the Union

  Herald Scotland 

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THE symbolism was hard to avoid. Padlock and chains came off the gates at Stormont, and seats were probably dusted as, for the first time in 1000 days, politicians reconvened in Northern Ireland’s Assembly.
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