At 01:01 AM 12/5/99 , Neil McEwan wrote:
>At 10:37 PM 12/4/99 -0800, Danielle Ni Dhighe wrote:
>>True, but if someone is intimidated or threatened by something, they have a
>>right to those feelings. No one is suggesting that the OO stop marching,
>>only that they consider alternate routes for a few highly contentious
>>parades. The fact that they refuse to negotiate* with local communities
>>says a lot about the OO.
>They are not obliged to negotiate if they have a right to march.
They have no right to march. No such right exists in British law.
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