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The Portadown News By Newton Emerson

The Portadown News by Newton Emerson

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Offers an insight into Northern Ireland.

The Portadown News Summary

The Portadown News: The Best Bits by Newton Emerson

The Portadown News has been passed by the Equality Commission, verified by the Decommissioning Commission, overlooked by the Oversight Commissioner, paraded before the Parades Commission, monitored internationally by the International Monitoring Commission, read out by a parole officer to the Loyalist Commission, registered (we think) with the Electoral Commission, described as 'Wrong' by the Human Rights Commission, reported to the Fair Employment Commission, investigated by the Policing Ombudsman, split into four sections by British Telecom, stitched back together again by Special Branch, coloured in by the Arts Council, discussed at some length by the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, translated into Cantonese by the Ulster-Scots Agency, printed by a company in no way connected to the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, delivered by Translink (except Sundays), distributed by Northern Ireland Electricity with a three-day interruption over Christmas, buried in County Monaghan by Sinn Fein, dug up again and again and again by the Pat Finucane Centre, sold off secretly by the Water Service, placed on a coffee table by the Women's Coalition and thrown away at the last minute by Jeffrey Donaldson. Your statutory rights are not affected.

About Newton Emerson

Newton Emerson was born in Lurgan but moved to Portadown at the age of four hours. He has never regretted it.

Additional information

The Portadown News: The Best Bits by Newton Emerson
Used - Like New
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.

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