Posted By: August 04, 2013

NORTH RELEGATED DOWN REPUBLIC’S PRIORITY LIST Denis Bradley. Irish News ( Belfast). Friday, August 2, 2013 ORPHANED. To be orphaned once is natural. To be orphaned twice might be described as careless. It is the feeling of many who live in the north of Ireland. It is the feeling of those who have emotionally and […]

Abolishing Irish Senate

Posted By: August 03, 2013

ABOLISHING SENATE WON’T IMPROVE ETHICS IN DAIL Patrick Murphy. Irish News ( Belfast). Saturday, August 3, 2013 TODAY we are discussing constitutional politics, so sit up straight and pay attention (Sitting up straight is required presumably in the belief that the brain can absorb information only when the upper body is vertical. This suggests that […]

Mc Gurk’s Challenge

Posted By: August 03, 2013

Mc Gurk’s Challenge McGurk relatives challenge chief constable over ‘blocked’ repo Irish News ( Belfast). Friday, August 2, 2013 RELATIVES of those killed in the McGurk’s Bar bombing challenged Chief Con-stable Matt Baggott yesterday to release the findings of a Historical Enquiries Team investigation into the UVF atrocity. Several families have lodged a High Court […]

Ballymurphy Independent Panel

Posted By: August 03, 2013

The Ballymurphy Massacre Committee is in receipt of a letter from the Historical Enquiries Team (HET) announcing that it has suspended its “reviews” of cases involving the British Army due to the damning report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC).  This acknowledgement by the State publicly and officially validates what the Ballymurphy families have […]


Posted By: August 02, 2013

Files show how far we’ve moved in our relationship with Britain Diarmaid Ferriter . Irish Times ( Dublin). Thursday, August 1,  2013 The files just released from the British archives in relation to Anglo-Irish relations in the early 1980s are a reminder of just how far both sides have travelled in recent years and the […]

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