""Is it any wonder our politicians have an inflated sense of their own importance? Imagine if the Dalai Lama and George Bush went out of their way to meet Scunthorpe Town Council and appeared to hang on to every word the councillors uttered."".
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Gerry Anderson takes to the byways of Northern Ireland to discover the little differences that make life in the province a very particular puzzle.
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The last of three talks in which Gerry Anderson takes to the byways of Northern Ireland to discover the little details of difference that make life in the Province a very particular puzzle.
This week Gerry visits the Springfield Inter-Community Forum near Belfast's so-called Peaceline: "I flick through a well-produced publication called the Interface News.
You probably won't see this on the shelves at W H Smith's.
It should be.
On one page is a spoof advert; 'For sale; ten petrol bombs; unleaded.
One careful owner.".