… as distinct from ministerial reelection photo opportunities.
By the way, some folk get confused about the location of the Ulster Canal; this map may help:
Saunderson’s Sheugh -v- the Ulster Canal (OSI ~1840)
Anyway, for folk who are interested in weightier matters than ministers talking through portions of their anatomies that they can’t distinguish from their elbows, here is some speculation about opening bridges on the Ulster Canal.
That’s the Ulster Canal Ulster Canal, not the Saunderson’s Sheugh “Ulster Canal”, by the way.
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