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The motion has been criticised in the North with Traditional Unionist Voice leader Jim Allister saying it is “cloaked in a diatribe of anti-British rhetoric”.
‘The hire-outs were standard day-time venue hire that we were very happy to accommodate.
The Cogus spokesperson described the move as “sectarian” and “alludes to an agenda that is both anti-Irish and anti-nationalist.
They said: “This prohibition outlines a deeper agenda in which the prison administration still harbours a closed mindset that refuses to acknowledge any narrative but their own regarding the hunger strike of 1981, and furthermore shows the lengths that the administration wil go to censor a different narrative”.
The King's Road haunt has seen Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton walk through its doors on a regular basis for years.
Members pay a £400 joining fee and a £400 annual membership charge.
The latest incident involves the memoir of former IRA diretor of operations, ‘My Life in the IRA’ by Mick Ryan.
The history book was released earlier this month and presents a Volunteers’ account of the IRA border campaign of the 1950s.
He said his concerns are not about nationality, but human rights and fears the situation will worsen once Britain exits the EU.
“This is not anti-British, it’s a human rights issue. My mother is English and all one side of my family is British,” he told the Cork Evening Echo. Yes, I’m a former Sinn Fein councillor and a former prisoner myself but I’m also a politician and this issue is purely about human rights.
‘We wish them and the cast the best of luck with the TV programme.
We will be maintaining our strict policy of allowing access for members and their friends only during normal evening trading hours.’Raffles also admitted that doorman Ollie Locke, the 24-year-old son of BBC radio presenter Sarah Locke – who was seen on the programme flicking his long dark hair and clutching a clipboard – doesn’t actually work at the venue.
A committee of the Dublin parliament and a number of human rights groups have also raised concerns about the practice of strip-searching at Maghaberry.