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Volume 124: debated on Tuesday 8 December 1987

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To ask the Prime Minister whether she will make a statement following her visit to Enniskillen.

I found the Remembrance service which I attended in Enniskillen on 22 November a most moving occasion. I have been deeply impressed by the brave and noble response of the people of Enniskillen to the horrific murder of 11 people on Remembrance Sunday.This Government will never concede to those who seek to pursue their aims through violence. We shall continue to give all possible support to the security forces and to the law abiding people of the Province in resisting terrorism. We shall also strengthen co-operation on security with the Government of the Irish Republic, as agreed at my recent meeting with the Taoiseach.