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Being female and a no-nonsense critical voice, Anne was popular among party members, and her positions were indeed a breath of fresh air to a party with an unmistakably patriarchal and conservative stamp.Despite being appreciated by party members, Anne’s presence in the political scene was anathema to many cis male politicians in the Unionist Party, especially those who upheld a hardline brand of unionism.A similar appeal to protocol was used in Ireland when the Murphy Inquiry wrote directly in 2009 to Pope Benedict XVI asking for information.The Holy See responded that the direct approach was not acceptable.
Anne’s contributions to the politics of Northern Ireland strongly reflect a salient feature of the women’s movement of Ireland as a whole.
Headed by social services expert and professor Alexis Jay, the inquiry has been examining the case of the Benedictine monastery of Ealing Abbey in West London, where a former abbot, Laurence Soper, and a former deputy head teacher of its junior school, David Pearce, were both jailed for abuse of children. Soper fled from Rome and was found in a hideout in Kosovo in 2016 after a Europol warrant was issued for his arrest.
Pearce, convicted in 2009, later had his eight-year prison sentence commuted to five after he pleaded guilty to sexual attacks on five boys, four of them under 14, over 36 years. It was later disclosed that while police were searching for him Soper had 400,000 pounds (7,000) in a Vatican bank account and wrote on several occasions from his Kosovo base to the bank, asking for funds to be transferred to him.
pre-1972) Stormont parliament (from 1961 to 1969, representing the Queen’s University constituency), was also pipe-bombed — in a series of attacks attributed to the UVF.
Anne eventually resigned from the Unionist Party in 1972, and in 1973, successfully stood for the Assembly Election in South Antrim as an independent Unionist candidate, and also retained the same seat at the 1975 Constitutional Convention election.