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John Hume family ask public to light candle for peace as Derry prepares for final farewell

Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, 4 August 2020
The family of John Hume have asked the public to light a candle for peace in his memory.
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Current SDLP leader Colum Eastwood, who represents the Foyle seat Mr Hume heldfor two decades, said the island had lost its most significant andconsequential political figure of the 20th century. As he signed a book ofcondolence in Derry on Monday, Mr Eastwood compared his political hero to thefamous...

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