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Ireland’s prime minister has predicted it is “only a matter of time” before same-sex marriage is introduced in Northern Ireland.Leo Varadkar spoke out in what he called a “support for equality” after he attended a Belfast Pride breakfast in the second day of his first official visit there.
The city of Troy is on the banks of the Hudson River just north of Albany, the capital of New York State.However, the PSNI has insisted that participation in the event “is about inclusion and representation”. Members of the LGBT community are a marginalised community in Northern Ireland,” said Assistant Chief Constable Barbara Gray.She added that the PSNI’s presence at the events might encourage victims of hate crime to come forward and report them.Mr Varadkar said change to the law in Northern Ireland was on the horizon while he put in his show of support for the LGBT community at Pride Breakfast event at the Northern Whig pub in central Belfast.He said: “I think it’s only a matter of time although it is of course a decision for the Northern Ireland assembly to take, but I am confident that like other western European countries they will make that decision in due course.” The Taoiseach added that he had turned up at the event “to state my support, my government’s support for equality before the law and individual freedom for all citizens no matter where they happen to reside”.The flag was raised beside Stormont House on Friday morning to mark the Pride festival.
in Troy, New York continues to add new records to their online collection.
The latest additions are transcripts of headstones from St Agnes cemetery in Menands, New York.
Most headstones list such things as full name, date of birth and date of death of the deceased.
It was once a popular stop for Irish immigrants, who were drawn to the area by its steel making and shirt making facilities.
The population of Troy today is roughly the same as it was 100 years ago.
Police Service of Northern Ireland and Garda officers also joined Mr Varadkar at the event, arriving in a police Land Rover.