Lawyers come together to call for action on legacy cases

Posted By: February 23, 2018

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed by Irish National Caucus  “This letter by fifty prominent attorneys highlights one of the major perversions of justice in Northern Ireland: the obstruction of ‘victims and survivors access to justice.’ While at the same time, extreme right-wing forces in the British Parliament are conspiring to grant amnesty to British soldiers who committed atrocities […]

“Unhealthy” for Tory survival to rest with DUP, says Varadkar

Posted By: February 23, 2018

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with DUP leader Arlene Foster Belfast Telegraph. Thursday, February 22,  2018 The Taoiseach has said having the UK Government’s survival based on its relationship with the DUP was a “not a healthy place to be.”Mr. Varadkar was speaking at an Independent News, and Media organized Brexit breakfast at Trinity College on Thursday morning. Mr. Varadkar […]

We Protestants fear Gaelic, and we were raised to mock it

Posted By: February 23, 2018

Ulster Protestantism associates Gaelic with republicanism, which we oppose, and our cultural insecurity has informed the DUP’s rejection of an Irish Language Act, says Richard IrvineRichard Irvine is a Belfast-born teacher and lecturer in English and history. He writes occasional articles on current affairs and has been a commentator for BBC NI. Irish Examiner. February 21, 2018MY MOTHER hailed from “the Field of the Yew […]


Posted By: February 22, 2018


Sinn Fein have outflanked the inept DUP and also avoided the blame for talks collapse

Posted By: February 22, 2018

  Mainstream nationalists are indifferent to an Irish Language Act, but it is an emblematic issue, says Alban Maginness Alban Maginness. Belfast Telegraph. Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Ash Wednesday, a holy day of sackcloth and ashes, was a deliciously apt occasion for the collapse of the talks to restore Stormont. Now we are into a […]

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