House of Commons
SISTER SARAH CLARKE
Tabled 05 February 2002
This is an amendment to an existing motion
Motion originally tabled by John McDonnell on 04 February 2002
This is amendment number 1
"after 'Northern Ireland' insert 'supported the civil rights movement, work tirelessly for the men behind the wire and.'."
Original Motion Text
That this House mourns the sad loss of Sister Sarah Clarke, a woman of outstanding courage, integrity and compassion, recently honoured by the Pope, who throughout the darkest and often dangerous days of the troubles in Northern Ireland provided succour and comfort to Irish Republican prisoners by her prison visits and her support for their families and who was a key campaigner for the release of innocent prisoners suffering from miscarriages of justice, including the Guildford Four and the Birmingham Six.