Chance for Taoiseach to show his Shared Island Unit is more than a talking shop

Posted By: December 15, 2020

Letters to Editor. Irish News. Belfast. Tuesday, December 15, 2020   Frank Costello and Ciaran White. Belfast   Ciaran White is a barrister and law lecturer at Ulster University while Dr. Francis Costello is a historian and former fellow of the Centre for Conflict Transformation and Social Justice at Queen’s University   The latest developments […]

New Belturbet bomb evidence unearthed

Posted By: December 14, 2020

      John Manley. Irish News. Belfast. Monday, December 14, 2020   A documentary to be broadcast tonight claims to reveal new evidence that British security forces failed to act on credible information, allowing loyalist paramilitaries to operate freely along the border in Co Fermanagh.   The RTÉ Investigates program looks at the 1972 […]

DUP must share blame for no deal

Posted By: December 12, 2020

Irish News Editorial. Belfast. Saturday, December 12, 2020 IT is a year to the day since the fateful general election which saw Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party secure a remarkable landslide victory, propelled to an 80-seat majority by the promise that he could ‘get Brexit done’.Yet today Mr.  Johnson stands on the cusp of being […]


Posted By: December 12, 2020


Senator says US should prioritize EU trade deal

Posted By: December 12, 2020

Irish Congressional Briefing Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus   “ Irish-Americans in Connecticut and throughout the United States welcome this strong support —as reported in the attached article from the Irish News of Belfast— of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) for the Good Friday Agreement, and for America’s continued essential support for the Irish Peace Process. Senator […]

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