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In the days preceding the meeting of the Ulster Unionist Council in Belfast on November 27, the delegates to the meeting were offered contradictory advice . . .

Stafford Carson

Some people argued strongly for an acceptance of the Mitchell Review of the Good Friday Agreement, while others strongly opposed any departure from the 'no guns, no government' stance that David Trimble had adopted since the breakdown of negotiations last July. Interestingly, many of those who were most prominent in offering the advice were evangelicals. Evangelical Christians in Ulster are as deeply divided as any other section of the population on the issue of devolution and decommissioning.