Sinn Féin MLA Martina Anderson has said the TUV need to clarify its position on controversial remarks made by one of its candidates in relation to Bloody Sunday.
The Foyle MLA said:
“Comments made about Bloody Sunday by a recently selected TUV candidate were vile, hurtful and designed to cause offence to the families of those murdered in the 1972 massacre.
“They stand in stark contract to the dignity the Bloody Sunday families have shown in their long campaign for truth and justice.
“The TUV leader needs to clarify whether these disgraceful remarks reflect party policy and apologise to the families.” Ends/Críoch