Norris McWhirter

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Norris McWhirter (1925 - 2004) was a British political activist who co-founded The National Association for Freedom (which later became The Freedom Association) after his twin brother Ross was brutally murdered by the IRA.

He was a friend and colleague of politicians and others, many being present at his packed Memorial Service at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Trafalgar Square, London, on October 7, 2004, including John Gouriet, Margaret Thatcher, Jeffrey Archer and his wife, Gregory Lauder-Frost[1] - an early member of the Freedom Association[2], Christopher Gill (former MP), and the famous British athlete Sir Roger Bannister who delivered one of the appreciations.


  1. ’’The Independent’’ 7th May 7, 2006:
  2. The Free Nation, letters, August 5, 1977.