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Fermanagh man wants apology from Peter Robinson over land remarks

24 September 2013 Last updated at 18:51 BST

Fermanagh man involved in a land sale row has said the first minister should apologise to him and his relatives.

On Monday, Peter Robinson accused TUV leader Jim Allister of being prepared to do business with republicans, as executor of a will, over the sale of property in the county.

Mr Allister denied he was either the executor or beneficiary of any will.

Now a member of the family said he wants Mr Robinson to withdraw his accusations against the family.

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