Published Wednesday, 24 October 2012
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In his first ever speech at Westminster earlier on Wednesday, Sinn Féin chairman Declan Kearney attacked Peter Robinson's politics, saying he needs to grow up.
It followed comments by the First Minister attacking Sinn Féin.
Mr Kearney said Mr Robinson has to "get with the programme".
He said: "Opposition to sectarianism is not a negotiation or an optional choice, it must be a leadership imperative. The last five years have been a very slow learning curve on equality and respect for the DUP.
"The Orange Order and loyalist bands cannot walk wherever they want, the 11 Plus isn't coming back, minorities do have rights and nationalists in the north are no longer second class citizens.
"The DUP leadership needs to get out of its time warp, get into real time, and start doing grown-up politics with the rest of us. He needs to stop talking out of both sides of his mouth, and get with the programme."
The scathing attack came after Mr Robinson last week told a party gathering that republicans were easily unnerved by the SDLP.
Appearing on UTV Live Tonight to debate the issue, DUP MP Nigel Dodds gave a robust defence of his party and accused Mr Kearney of "stirring up hatred".
He said: "We really are now in the land of fantasy because the DUP is giving leadership.
"We are strong and united and we have made Stormont work, others want to wreck it and tear it down, and what Sinn Féin are engaged in is distracting from the divisions and the
difficulties they have and trying to demonise unionists, demonise the loyal orders, demonise bands, because it is everybody else's fault.
"Talk about not engaging when they don't engage at Westminster. He talks about all of these things and doesn't engage with the real issue which is about working together in Northern Ireland for the betterment of the people of Northern Ireland."