Thursday, October 20, 2011

IMMIGRATION DEBATE AT TCD CAUSES CONTROVERSY

A debate entitled “This house believes that Immigration in Ireland has gone too far,” due to be held on 20th October by Trinity College’s Philosophical Society has been cancelled following a protest from far-left activists which severely threatened the safety of students.

The debate was to be hosted by British National Party MEP Nick Griffin who consequently decided to write a letter of complaint to a number of honorary patrons of the prestigious society such as Sir Bob Geldolf, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Mr Griffin has branded the incident as “an attack on free speech.”

The seriousness and the enormous media coverage on the matter has highlighted that immigration remains a controversial subject in Ireland.  

Brophy Solicitors
20.10.11

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