DUP MPs are suffering from an acute form of amnesia as Brexit bites

Posted By: January 20, 2021

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson said Dublin used the protocol to deliberately isolate The North from Britain.   Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, January 20, 2021   We’re witnessing an astonishing phenomenon among DUP MPs: collective amnesia, or more accurately collective double amnesia, where not only can some of them not recall facts and past experiences, […]

Northern Ireland heading for UK exit door, says former British Chancellor George Osborne

Posted By: January 20, 2021

Former chancellor George Osborne said by remaining in the EU single market, the north is “now slowly becoming part of a united Ireland”.Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, January 20, 202FORMER British chancellor George Osborne says Northern Ireland is “already heading for the exit door” of the UK following Brexit.Now editor of the Evening Standard, he criticized “short-sighted” unionist politicians in his latest column, […]

Dedicated diplomat and public servant

Posted By: January 20, 2021

    Dedicated diplomat and public servant Fr. Sean McManus, President, Irish National Caucus. Washington, DC. Letters to Editor.  The Irish Echo. New York. Wednesday, January 20, 2021. The Irish National Caucus is deeply sorry to hear about the death of Norman Houston, former director of the Northern Ireland Bureau in Washington DC and a […]

Sinn Féin maintains most popular status in latest poll in the Republic

Posted By: January 18, 2021

    Ryan  McAleer. Irish News. Belfast. Monday, January 18, 2021   ANOTHER opinion poll has identified Sinn Féin as the most popular political party in the Republic.   The Irish Mail on Sunday/Ireland Thinks poll said support for Sinn Féin stands at 29 percent, one point ahead of Fine Gael on 28 percent and […]

The state of unionism: an ideology at a crossroads

Posted By: January 18, 2021

    As Northern Ireland celebrates its 100th birthday Political Correspondent John Manley gives the ideology on which it was founded a timely health check   Unionism has known better times.       John Manley. Irish News. Belfast. Monday, January 18, 2021.   IN recent months there’s been almost endless speculation about Arlene Foster’s leadership of […]

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