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Police accused of trying to delay McCord inquest

Posted By: October 08, 2019

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus Raymond McCord Jr. 22, was beaten to death on November 1997. Belfast Telegraph. Monday, September 30, 2019 Police have been accused of trying to delay an inquest into a loyalist murder. Raymond McCord Jnr, 22, was beaten to death before his body was dumped at […]

DUP displays delusion of thinking it will not be held to account

Posted By: October 08, 2019

Like Johnson, DUP’s Brexit stance indicates the perspective of power, not responsibility…The party’s response to the inadequacy of its arguments is to point the finger of blame at the grieving party on the other side. Katy Hayward. Irish Times. Dublin. Monday, October 7. 2019 (Dr. Katy Hayward is a senior fellow in the UK in a Changing Europe initiative). For a […]

British government has broken its own solemn legal and political commitments

Posted By: October 04, 2019

RISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “Fintan O’Toole is one of Ireland’s finest columnists, especially on the Brexit issues. In the attached article, he incisively and decisively refutes the fraudulent nonsense of Boris Johnson.”—Fr. Sean McManus  Boris has destroyed what is left of UK’s credibility Fintan O’Toole. Irish Times. Dublin.Thursday, Oct […]

There will be no deal because Boris Johnson doesn’t want one

Posted By: October 02, 2019

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by Irish National Caucus “Columnist Brian Feeney tells it as it is—about Brexit, Boris Johnson and his key fanatical Brexiteers. Boris’ key adviser—he of the very Irish and Catholic name of Dominic Cummings— says: ‘I don’t care if Northern Ireland falls into the f***ing sea.’ … And this is what the DUP […]

Why Johnson’s plan for two borders is unlikely to fly

Posted By: October 02, 2019

The EU will not compromise on protecting the single marketCliff Taylor. Irish Times. Dublin. Wednesday, October 2, 2019After years of opposing any checks near the Irish border post-Brexit, UK prime minister Boris Johnson has done a major U-turn conceding that checks will have to take place ‘away from the border’.To avoid a hard Border on the island of Ireland after Brexit you need […]

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