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Time to Activate the Irish Vote in Britain

WASHINGTON, D.C, February 6 1996 — While people in Ireland have been looking to America for help in bringing English Prime Minister, John Major, to task for his arrogant dismissal of the Mitchell Report some in the United States are looking to Britain. “Nine Unionist votes may be important to John Major but in general […]

Christmas Peace To All Caucus Message

Washington, D.C., December 20, 1995 — May peace encircle the entire earth this Christmas, especially Ireland. This is the Christmas message from the Irish National Caucus, the Irish lobby in Washington. “Because of brave men and women in Ireland, North and South — Protestant and Catholic — there is peace this Christrnas,” said Fr. Sean […]

Secret “Bias” Tapes Played

The Irish News (Belfast) December 13, 1995 by Phellm McAleer Secret tapes which allegedly show that a Catholic man’s promotion in the Ford motor plant was blocked by a senior executive were played at the fair employment tribunal yesterday. The tape was made by Tom Irvine, who claims he was the victim of religious and […]

Irvine Versus Ford Momentum for Ford Boycott

Washington D.C., December 12, 1995 — The Irvine discrimination case against Ford before the Fair Employment Commission gives added justification for the Ford Boycott in the United States. Since October 1986 Irish-Americans have been Boycotting Ford in the U.S. It is estimated that Boycott has convinced hundreds of thousands of Irish-Americans not to buy Ford […]

Workers ‘want boycott’

The Irish News (Belfast) Saturday December 9, 1995 By Fabian Boyle EMPLOYEES of the Ford motor company in Belfast have called for the boycott by the Irish National Caucus (INC) to continue, according to the organization’s president Father Sean McManus. He said: The employees feel that it would be a great mistake for Irish-Americans to […]

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