Tributes paid to former RUC chief constable

Posted By: February 23, 2017

Claire Simpson. Irish News. Belfast. Thursday, February 23, 1017FORMER RUC chief constable Kenneth Newman has died at the age of 90.Sir Kenneth, pictured, from Sussex, initially served as deputy chief constable from 1973 before he was promoted to chief constable in 1976. He was knighted in 1978 for his work with the RUC. He left the force in 1980.A former member […]

Full implications have caught up with Foster

Posted By: February 23, 2017

Brian Feeney. Irish News. Thursday, February 23, 2017 Monday was a first, not just for the DUP but for any party in the North. Normally, the launch of a party’s election manifesto is a bit of free publicity when the party’s policies make the headlines for at least one day.Instead, the headlines were the press launch that never was. Arlene Foster was […]

Widow loses appeal over public inquiry into solicitor murder

Posted By: February 23, 2017

David Young. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, February 22, 2017 The widow of solicitor Pat Finucane has lost her challenge against the British government’s refusal to hold a public inquiry into his murder by loyalist paramilitaries.Geraldine Finucane, who witnessed the shooting, had appealed against a 2015 judicial ruling that the decision taken by then prime minister David Cameron in 2011 was lawful.Court of […]

Arlene Foster is best recruiter Sinn Féin has

Posted By: February 22, 2017

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed by Irish National Caucus Storms of financial scandal, corruption and incompetence may batter the outside of the DUP bubble but inside the only sound that disturbs the silence is the mesmeric muttering of the Gerry Adams mantra Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, Februeary 22, 2017 The skids are under Enda Kenny and not before time. […]

Anti-Catholic bigotry of many in DUP still significan

Posted By: February 22, 2017

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed by Irish National Caucus “Sadly, there seems no escaping the specter and no-going reality of Anti-Catholic bigotry in Northern Ireland—as this article by Andy Pollak from today’s Irish Times (Wednesday, February 22, 2017) reveals. The Animated Internet video of the Irish National Caucus — while welcoming the progress in Northern Ireland, calling […]

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