One of the heartbreaking stories in the book is the account of how year-old Philip Rafferty left his home in west Belfast to go to band practice one night in His mother, Maureen, made sure he was wearing his new winter coat, but the next time she saw it was in a plastic bag at his inquest, saturated with blood. On January 30th, , Philip was on his way home when he was abducted by loyalist paramilitaries.
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Maureen Rafferty is now in her 80s. Her other children all live in England , encouraged by her to leave Belfast so they would be safe. When she goes into Belfast city centre to shop today, she is struck by the fact that many visitors to the city go on the Troubles tours which gives them a small taste of what went on there in the past. The impact on so many children who lived through those dreadful times is highlighted by Seamus Mallon.
The stories of the dead and traumatised children bring home in a way no political argument can just how important it is that whatever happens in the Brexit saga, everything possible is done to ensure no return to the violence of the past. Government has thus far failed to make meaningful changes recommended by Scally.
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