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[Police Ombudsman]: Biggest regret the suspension of legacy reports

Posted By: July 15, 2019

Connla Young. Irish News. Belfast. Monday, July 15, 2019Dr.  Michael Maguire has said his biggest regret while serving as Police Ombudsman was having to suspend the publication of three key reports.The decision was taken earlier this year after it emerged that the PSNI had failed to disclose “significant” information on police computers to his office.The stalled reports include Operation […]

Does unionism not have something better to offer?

Posted By: July 14, 2019

RISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus   “Noted author and journalist Susan McKay is from a Unionist/Protestant background in Northern Ireland. When she speaks about Unionism and Orange-ism people should listen. Orange supremacy (established and institutionalized by the London government in 1920) is the very opposite of the hopes and dreams of […]

Carson Declares War

Posted By: July 13, 2019

 On This Day [in Irish history]The Irish News, July 13, 1919 Eamon Phoenix. Irish News. Saturday, July 13, 2019             The Twelfth of July demonstration in Belfast on Saturday was the most ambitious effort at pageantry which the Orange institution has made since the outbreak of the war, and no effort was spared by the organizer […]

Boris Johnson’s pledge on forces “amnesty” should come as no surprise

Posted By: July 13, 2019

Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson has promised to deal with the prosecution of former soldiers  Allison Morris. Irish News. Belfast. Saturday, July 13, 2019IT is widely recognized that Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson likes to be all things to all people.He says things he doesn’t mean and makes promises he has no intention of […]

Little to choose between Tory leadership contenders in sham fight

Posted By: July 13, 2019

Patrick Murphy.Irish News. Belfast. Saturday, July 13, 2019 The most appropriate setting for the Tory leadership contest might be at today’s sham fight in Scarva. Despite the bluster between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt over who should be Britain’s next prime minister, there is essentially no political difference between them. Their protracted debates and campaigns […]

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