1. Gerry Adams has faced extensive criticism over his handling of his brother Liam's paedophilia.
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2. Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams indicated on 8 January 2017 that McGuinness could resign, thus vacating both his and Foster's offices, if Foster did not agree to temporarily step aside to allow an independent inquiry.
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4. Gerry Adams advanced even further in Sinn Fein, being elected president in 1983.
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6. Gerry Adams made several visits to the United States in the 1990s.
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7. In 1983 Gerry Adams was elected to the British Parliament as the member from West Belfast.
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10. In 2002 Gerry Adams continued to lead Sinn Fein, sometimes speaking on behalf of the IRA and other times declaring that he could not do so, especially when the IRA refused to agree to a firm schedule for giving up its arms.
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12. In 1983 Gerry Adams was elected to represent his district of Belfast in the British Parliament.
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17. Gerry Adams supported the Good Friday Agreement of April 1998 on steps leading to power-sharing self-government in the province, and he campaigned for acceptance of the accord within Sinn Fein and in referenda that were passed in Northern Ireland and the republic in May In elections in June 1998 he won a seat in the new Northern Ireland Assembly.
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20. Gerry Adams was born on October 6, 1948, in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
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21. At this point Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams put it to the Fine Gael leader that the council "serves the people of Derry well", but Mr Varadkar, nonetheless persisted with his attack on the party.
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26. At a press conference after his release, Gerry Adams criticised the timing of his arrest, while reiterating Sinn Fein's support for the PSNI and saying: "The IRA is gone.
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34. Gerry Adams has stated repeatedly that he has never been a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army.
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37. Gerry Adams was an active supporter and joined the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association in 1967.
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39. Gerry Adams announced in November 2017 that he would step down as leader of Sinn Fein in 2018, and that he would not stand for re-election to his seat in the Dail in the next election.
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42. Gerry Adams turns chef to boost Sinn Fein coffers with The Negotiator's Cookbook.
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