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Northern Irish town vandalised with “anti-Irish and homophobic” graffiti

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Examples of anti-Irish and homophobic graffiti were found scattered around the town of Lurgan in Armagh, Northern Ireland this past week.

Unmistakably marking the Portadown Road underpass, the graffiti carried on through a school route on foot passes and various pieces of street furniture.

Many have condemned the “reprehensible” graffiti, as Lurgan councillor Ciaran Toman […] The post Northern Irish town vandalised with “anti-Irish and homophobic” graffiti appeared first on GCN.

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