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Relatives For Justice Response To Villiers’ Statement

Relatives for Justice Director Mark Thompson said: [NI Secretary of State]Theresa Villiers’ comments expose a purely self-serving political approach to the past that seeks to divert and shield the British government from its legal obligations concerning State violence and collusion. “The propaganda myth that the State is only responsible for 10 percent of all killings throws up two […]

POLICE UVF CALCULATION DOESN’T REALLY ADD UP

Newton Emerson. Irish News ( Belfast). Thursday, April 17, 2014 SO IT can be done. The PSNI has faced down loyalist rioting in Carrickfergus, thought to have been orchestrated as a warning against arresting members of the ‘bad’ UDA. The PSNI has been making arrests in Carrickfergus while investigating a riot in Larne two weeks […]

UNLIKE POLITICAL UNIONISM, NEW SINN FEIN IS WORKING

Allison Morris. Irish News ( Belfast). Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Journalists often get carried away when describing political events – historic, monumental, symbolic – but apart from bulking out the word count such terms are rarely used appropriately. I have a different barometer for judging the importance of events. if I get into a taxi […]

FORGET CONVERTS, PETER’S STILL PREACHING TO CHOIR

Brian Feeney. Irish News ( Belfast). Wednesday, April 16, 2014. POLITICS in the southern states of the US used to be all about race and indeed in some parts today still is. Racial tensions reached a peak in the 1960s when southern whites were faced with the civil rights movement, federal enforcement of integration and […]

MICHAEL D. — COMETH THE HOUR COMETH THE MAN

Tom Kelly. Irish News( Belfast). Monday, April 14, 2014 CHRISTOPHER Moran, chairman of Cooperation Ireland gave a speech in 2013 to assembled members from both the house of Lords and Commons where he said: “The message is clear. We must invest in communities and peace or we will pay in conflict. This means delivery on […]

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