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Time for Sinn Féin to leave abstentionism to the history books

Posted By: July 25, 2018

If Sinn Féin MPs were at Westminster, they could influence the shape of Brexit and the course of Irish history saysFergus O’Farrell.Irish Examiner. Cork. Ireland. Wednesday, July 25,  2018(Fergus O’Farrell is a writer and historian based in London. His work has appeared in History Ireland, the Irish Times, and the Irish Independent. His biography of Cathal Brugha will be […]

Sinn Fein’s Begley calls for “truth and justice” over Troubles murder of councilor Patsy Kelly

Posted By: July 25, 2018

Belfast Telegraph. July 2,4 2018Sinn Fein MP  Orfhlaith Begley has called for funds to be released to complete an investigation into the murder of an independent nationalist councilor in Co Tyrone during the Troubles.The body of Patsy Kelly was found weighed down in a lake after he went missing when locking up a bar in Trillick, Co Tyrone on July […]

It is the DUP’s misguided actions that will deliver a hard Border

Posted By: July 25, 2018

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus  Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, July 25, 2018Lord Adonis says the DUP want the hardest Brexit because all they want is a hard border for cultural and political reasons, note not economic. The great advantage for them is that they can blame the British for the outcome. Lies, […]

 Good Friday Agreement mastermind says Northern Ireland at risk of violence

Posted By: July 23, 2018

Ian Craig.South Wales Argus. July 20, 2018Good Friday Agreement Lord Murphy mastermind says Northern Ireland at risk of violenceFormer Torfaen MP Lord Paul Murphy has warned a deal between the DUP and Conservatives could undermine the peace process in Northern Ireland.The continued failure to restore Northern Ireland’s devolved government risks exposing the people of the country to violence, an ex-Gwent MP has […]

More than economics at stake in Brexit

Posted By: July 21, 2018

Patrick Murphy. Irish News. Belfast. Saturday, July 21, 2018 NOT for the first time, the future of Irish nationalism rests with English politics.The unpredictable nature of current events in England is shaping up like a repeat of the 30 years following 1884 when the various Home Rule Bills for Ireland were defeated or delayed in Westminster by a combination of electoral […]

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