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Flawed and unacceptable
Policing Bill

The Policing (Northern Ireland) Bill received its second reading in the House of Commons on Tuesday, 6 July, with only the most minor concessions being made by Peter Mandelson to the concerns of republicans and nationalists. more

A handful of dust

The life of a northern nationalist still isn't worth anything in view of the events of the past week.

A lucky escape

The fact that a young West Belfast man beaten by a loyalist gang describes himself as `lucky' says a lot.

Unionist hypocrisy elects Belfast mayor

The Ulster Unionists Party's decision to thwart Sinn Féin's hopes of electing the Belfast mayor in favour of the DUP's Sammy Wilson was blatantly sectarian.

European Court slams British govt

Once again, the British government has come under the spotlight of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and once again its human rights practises have been slammed.

Sinn Féin vote increases dramatically

Sinn Féin won an extra council seat during the Erne West election and increased its support by over 1,200 votes.

Union Jack motion defeated

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams welcomed the first Assembly sitting since the suspension of the political institutions.

South African lawyer to mediate

Brian Currin, the South African human rights lawyer and former judge, has agreed to hold `pre-mediation' talks with both the Garvaghy Road residents and Portadown Orangemen.

McBride parents welcome report

The parents of Belfast teenager Peter McBride have welcomed comments made by the Independent Assessor on Military Complaints.

Corruption blasted by Adams

Speaking in Drogheda, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has said that corruption has brought politics into disrepute.

Ahern questioned on Ground Rents

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin has urged the passage of legislation to abolish the ``legacy of British landlordism''.

Aldi sacks five

Five trade union members were sacked by management at the Aldi store in Dublin as a dispute over union recognition intensified this week.

Third time lucky on housing?

With house prices rising way faster than inflation again this year, there is once again a clear need for action on the housing crisis in the 26 Counties, argues Robbie MacGabhann.

Celtic's image wars

There is a subcurrent at Celtic F.C. at corporate box level that is reminiscent of Fianna Fáil, writes Mick Derrig.

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