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Speaker Pelosi launches new effort to pass Irish work visas bill

Posted By: April 18, 2019

IrishCentral Staff.  New York. Thursday, April 18, 2019 Nancy Pelosi and Richard Neal announce new attempt to pass US E3 visa bill for Irish, utilizing unused existing Australian work visasAnother attempt to pass the E3 visa bill, which would allow up to 5,000 work visas a year for Irish applicants to work in America, is to be made House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced in Dublin.Pelosi […]

US politician’s warning over GFA welcomed

Posted By: April 17, 2019

John Manley. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, April 17, 2019A WARNING that any weakening of the Good Friday Agreement would scupper the prospects for a post-Brexit trade deal between the US and UK has been welcomed on both sides of the border.US speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi told an audience in London on Monday that the peace accord was a model […]

Pelosi’s red line on Brexit

Posted By: April 16, 2019

 Anthony Neeson. Irish Echo. New York.Tuesday, April 16, 2019Nancy Pelosi has warned a London audience that there would be “no chance whatsoever” of a post-Brexit trade deal between the U.S. and the UK if the Good Friday Agreement was weakened in any way.Pelosi, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, was speaking at the London School of Economics ahead […]

It has to be a united Ireland poll or nothing after Brexit fiasco

Posted By: April 14, 2019

Niall Murphy@IrishCentral. New York. Friday, April  12, 2019Edited remarks by leading Northern Irish civil rights lawyer Niall Murphy at a New York event hosted by New York State Comptroller Tom Di Napoli.I truly believe we are living in a historic moment, which many nationalists might not have considered possible, for perhaps another 15 or 20 years.On  June 23, 2016, the people of […]

It’s “pretty clear” where the GAA would stand on a border poll but it is speculative at this stage: President John Horan

Posted By: April 12, 2019

Neil Loughran. Irish News. Belfast. Friday, April 12, 2019PRESIDENT John Horan has admitted it is “pretty clear” where the GAA would stand in the event of a future poll on Irish unity – but refused to be drawn on whether the association would take an official position on the matter.Last month former Derry forward and GAA pundit Joe Brolly […]

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