Portadown

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NPR''s Michael Goldfarb reports on one group in the rural town of Portadown, Northern Ireland, that sees the upcoming vote on the new political settlement as irrelevant — they are inspired by Billy Wright, a man killed in prison back in December. In his name they vow to physically fight the deal. 5:45.

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