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spook accusations Republican Colin Duffy claims British agents targeted his daughter outside school

Aimee went on to claim she has received "payments" into her bank account by people she "couldn’t trace."

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County Armagh republican Colin Duffy has taken to Facebook claiming his daughter was approached by government officials outside her child’s school.

Duffy (53) from the Lurgan area, took to social media saying his daughter was approached when she was with her five-month-old son, Duffy’s grandson.

Duffy took to Facebook reposting his daughter Aimee’s original post, in which she claimed: ‘So today, after a lovely wee visit with my Granda, I was approached whilst on my own with [her child] by British agents, this is something I’ve been waiting on as I’ve been being harassed for nearly 10 months.’

Aimee went on to claim she has received "payments" into her bank account by people she "couldn’t trace."

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She added: ‘The whole thing has had me bad with my nerves… Imagine feeling like you’re being stalked but there’s nothing you can do and nobody to report it to?’

Aimee also said in the post that she feels that she is a ‘weak link’ because she lives on her own with three kids.

‘To highlight this because people don’t believe you when you tell them, also also wonder how many of our lovely community activists and politicians will come forward about this or show concern.’

The Sunday World has tried to contact Mr Duffy for a response.

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