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Healing from the Voice will take years

  My latest opinion piece in the Spectator When goodwill prevails, the most prominent voices will be those who support reconciliation, solidarity, and a positive way forward. When ill will prevails, the loudest voices will be those who seek division and revenge for the past. The ‘Voice’ campaign has divided our nation. Whichever way the referendum goes, if we can heal from the divisive experience, it will take years....   To read more, please click on this link at the Spectator.

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