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A Nation once again?

By Tomás McGoldrick, Ireland Correspondent. The London Economic. Wednesday, February 26, 2014 The recent Vision Critical poll of people in what could be known as ‘rest of the UK’ found that 62 per cent wanted Scotland to stay in the Union and 38 per cent are happy to see Scotland go it alone. It would have been interesting […]

ROBINSON HEDGES THREAT WITH SUFFICIENT WAFFLE

Brian Feeney. Irish News ( Belfast).Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Peter Robinson’s resignation threat shows what a savage blow the failure of the prosecution of John Downey has dealt to the political process in the north. It’s not only the manner in which Mr. Justice Sweeney rejected the prosecution arguments and the completely incompetent way in […]

SHOULD THE IRISH HAVE A POSITION ON SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE?

The author finds it odd that Irish nationalists/republicans have stayed silent on “ Scotland’s quest for independence.”   SILENCE ON INDEPENDENCE DEBATE SPEAKS VOLUMES Patrick Murphy. Irish News (Belfast) Saturday, February 22, 2014. FOR a country which spent centuries seeking foreign aid in its struggle for freedom, Ireland is maintaining an embarrassing silence on Scotland’s quest for […]

    138 Irish academics pledge to boycott Israel Today (Last Update) Time 17:00 (MaanImages/file) BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — More than 130 Irish academics have signed a pledge to boycott Israeli institutions in the latest move from the international campaign for the academic boycott of Israel. The 138 signatories, who hail from a diverse variety of academic […]

ACADEMIC BOYCOTT HURTS ISRAELI PRIDE

Brian Feeney. Irish News ( Belfast). Wednesday, February 18, 2014 TO The surprise of no one,  Unionists have blocked an attempt to call a room in Stormont after Nelson Mandela. It was entirely predictable and that’s probably why Sinn Fein proposed renaming the room in the first place – to show unionists conforming to type, […]

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