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Jo Berry

Jo Berry’s father, politician Anthony Berry, was killed by the IRA in the Brighton hotel bombing in 1984. Now a peace activist and public speaker, Jo has met and formed a friendship with bomber Patrick Magee

My life changed overnight when my father was killed. I couldn’t get back the person I was before and I couldn’t move on. I didn’t know what to do with my emotions. I suppressed a lot in order to cope but I couldn’t get away from feeling that I now lived in that conflict. I wanted to do something but I didn’t know what. It was the peace process that provided a turning point and I decided to make contact with Patrick.

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