Orange Order’s agenda now at the centre of unionist politics

Posted By: July 05, 2014

  ‘Although there is much anger at the restriction on our legitimate cultural expression and traditions, I would call for any protest to be lawful and peaceful. Violence will not help our cause and only play into the hands of our enemies’ – Order’s grand master Edward Stevenson LIAM CLARKE. BELFAST TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY,  JULY  5, 2014 When Edward […]

Hillary Clinton: I care deeply about what happens in Northern Ireland

Posted By: July 05, 2014

  Anita McSorley. Irish Independent. July 4, 2014 Hillary Clinton said that she cares deeply about what happens inNorthern Ireland, saying she hopes everyone can live in “peace and reconciliation.”Speaking to Sean O’Rourke on RTE Radio 1 this morning, the former US First Lady spoke about keeping a close eye on Irish politics, serving as Secretary of State under Barack Obama and […]


Posted By: July 04, 2014

“So it is long past time that so many of our politicians stopped acting so coyly. That particularly goes for the two governments [London and Dublin].” Denis Bradley. Irish News ( Belfast). Friday, July 4, 2014 IT is times like this that we miss John Hume. We miss him to tell us for the umpteenth time that the […]

Scotland’s decision and implications for Ireland, North and South

Posted By: July 04, 2014

Irish Times Editorial. Thursday, July 3, 2014, 18:00 Scotland’s debate on independence is intensifying, drawing in many more sections of its population than are usually involved in politics. Its decision on whether to withdraw from the United Kingdom is also deeply affecting other parts of that state – and neighbouring states too, like Ireland. The […]

Week of mixed fortunes for image of loyalism

Posted By: July 04, 2014

“Unionist politicians skip, hop and jump around issues any normal person would condemn unequivocally. They are more worried about votes rather than the welfare, image or future of an entire community.”   Week of mixed fortunes for image of loyalism Allison Morris. Irish News ( Belfast). Tursday, July 3, 2014 IT’S BEEN a week of mixed fortunes for […]

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