Many similarities between Ireland’s troubled history and brutal British Empire

Posted By: May 04, 2019

Letter to Editor. Irish News. Belfast. Friday, May 3, 2019Frank Glynn.Cricklewood, London Punjabi communities in India and throughout the world have been commemorating the unjustified massacre of between 500 and 900 innocent men, women and children on the 13th of April 1919 by the colonial power better known as the British Empire. The people of Amritsar and its surrounding villages had gathered in defiance […]

Victims campaigner Raymond McCord clears first step in securing inquest into UVF murder of his son

Posted By: May 03, 2019

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “ Intrepid and relentless victims campaigner, Belfast Protestant Raymond Mc Cord, Sr. makes headway in the High Court. It is important for Members of Congress and Irish-Americans to remember that while the British Government colluded in the murder of many hundreds of Catholics in Northern […]

Irish E3 visa bill reintroduced to Congress by Richard Neal

Posted By: May 02, 2019

Kerry O’Shea@IrishCentral. May 02, 2019The bill wants to see Irish people granted access to surplus American E3 visasIrish access to the American E3 visa program has again been introduced to Congress by Representative Richard Neal.As it stands, the E3 visa is an American working visa that is only open to Australian citizens, who are granted some 10,500 annually. However, […]

Number of Protestant pupils drops

Posted By: May 02, 2019

Number of Protestant pupils dropsSimon Doyle. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, May 1, 2019The proportion of children in “state schools” identifying as Protestant has nosedived in the last 15 years, research has found.More than one in every three pupils in controlled education is now Catholic or from “other faiths” or none.The Irish News this week revealed that […]


Posted By: April 30, 2019

Paul Topper Thompson Remembered Relatives for Justice  Belfast.Tuesday, April 30, By RFJ CEO Mark Thompson The large crowd in attendance yesterday, in rain and windswept Belfast, for the 25th anniversary of the UDA murder of Paul ‘Topper’ Thompson is testament to the high esteem in which he was held and of how he is fondly […]

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