‘Humanitarian aid appeal should not have been politicised’ - Logue

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Two local Sinn Fein councillors have criticised “certain Unionist” reps for “politicising” a debate over whether to allow Crumlin Community Centre to be used as a drop off point for aid to Gaza.

Annemarie Logue and Noel Maguire said the request had not been a case of “taking sides” but was to allow local people to respond to the humanitarian appeal.

Councillor Logue had made the request at the end of the last week’s Public Services Committee of Antrim Council, explaining she had been contacted by a group of people in the Crumlin area who wanted to see if they could use Crumlin Centre to drop off items to be collected for the humanitarian appeal.


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