John Bruton

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This article, dated 30 December 2016, says:

State papers 1986: Government under pressure over proposed ban on South African produce as Dunnes Stores strike continued


Then minister for industry John Bruton wrote to Mr [Peter] Barry to say he was contacted by Terry Mooney of Kiltale stud in Co Meath, who visited South Africa and believed “the black population is very well catered for with respect to schools and jobs” and “many blacks could be seen mixing freely with everybody in Johannesburg”.

Mr Barry responded with a two-page letter on the apartheid regime.

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