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Paisley’s “defense of the Protestant constitution.”

Posted By: December 02, 2019

On This Day [in Irish history]The Irish News, December 3, 1969‘Copters Blot Out Paisley!Eamon Phoenix. Irish News, Tuesday, December 3, 2019            A telegram protesting about low-flying helicopters interrupting a Paisley service in Armagh yesterday has been sent to the Minister of Defense at Westminster by the chairman of the Mid-Armagh Division of the Ulster Protestant Volunteers. At one stage the […]

Life expectancy for children born in NI 1.6 years shorter than in South

Posted By: November 29, 2019

 Northern Ireland health system is ‘far from the gold standard’, meeting toldRonan McGreevy. Irish Times. Dublin.Friday, November 29, 2019 In the North, 94,000 people are waiting for more than a year for a consultant compared to just 3,364 in England though England has 30 times the population of Northern Ireland. Photograph: iStockA united Ireland is “unlikely to ruin the State” and could […]

After Brexit debacle, DUP hasn’t a clue what to do next

Posted By: November 28, 2019

“Incredibly Arlene Foster is still going on about being able to ‘do business’ with a Labor government as long as Corbyn is not leader”Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday,  November 27, 2019 Here is the stark truth. Unionists have no idea what to do. The DUP still reeling, hasn’t come to terms with the total collapse of their tactic of the […]

Project to turn North into Unionist Valhalla cleansed of Irishness has patently failed

Posted By: November 21, 2019

Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, November 20, 2019 You might have noticed a news story recently about research into pine martens by a Queen’s University department The story said: “Surveys were conducted across Northern Ireland in a variety of habitats for the research.”No doubt much was learnt about the habits of the animals which could be […]

Untrustworthy Perfidious Albion living up to reputation

Posted By: November 13, 2019

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast.Wednesday, November 13, 2019 More than fifty years ago General de Gaulle complained that Britain doesn’t keep any promise, doesn’t honour any international treaty, or if it does, only for as long as parliament believes it’s in England’s interest; note England’s, not Britain’s and least […]

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