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Memorandum outlining questions on Northern Ireland's future
Handwritten memorandum (23 points) by [ ] given to Brendan Duddy by 'Rob' at Barton's house, Limavady (County Londonderry). Asking questions as to the economic survival of Northern Ireland 'if new political arrangements were introduced', and making allowance for a transitional period of continued British subsidy; touching on protectionism, nationalisation/ increase of public sector, membership of the EEC. Attached: typed copy. (Captions by Brendan Duddy and [Éamonn Downey] identify the originator of the item; [Downey] cross-referencing to the diary entry for the same date, pol35_57.) [Éamonn Downey identifies code names 'Coffeeman' as Frank Lagan, 'Ponyman' [ ], and 'Yellowman' as Frank Cooper.] NOTE: the captions are not available for consultation.
Northern Ireland, History, 1968-1998