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A catastrophe of a statelet

neaghdup.jpg The unionist veto of government in the Six Counties is creating a crisis in public services which is revealing itself in an unpredictable manner.

Published September 28, 2023

‘Bill of Shame’ passes into law

celticlegacy.jpg The British government’s notorious cover-up legislation, which became law this week, has already been hit with several legal challenges, including over a dozen by victims of its war crimes in the north of Ireland.

Published September 21, 2023

Britain’s Big Lie

heatonharris1200.jpg British Direct Ruler Chris Heaton-Harris was accused of delivering “breathtaking fake news” after claiming there is “no alternative” to legislation which includes a full amnesty for British war crimes in the north of Ireland.

Published September 14, 2023

Defend human rights

justiceformajella.jpg The Dublin government has been urged not to delay a legal challenge against Britain’s ‘Bill of Shame’ after the massive legal cover-up passed its final hurdle at Westminster on Wednesday.

Published September 7, 2023

Family blame PSNI for killers’ impunity despite report

gerardlawlor1200.jpg A report by the Police Ombudsman has confirmed for the family of Gerard Lawlor that the PSNI’s failure to investigate the murder of the Catholic teenager in Belfast in 2002 amounted to collusion with the loyalist paramilitaries who carried it out.

Published August 31, 2023

Internment for republican charged after PSNI blunder

christyokane.jpg A North Derry republican is facing an indefinite detention at Maghaberry prison as part of a Crown Force backlash over an embarrassing leak of its own data.

Published August 24, 2023

Backlash could follow PSNI ‘own goal’

kellydata.jpg A hysterical response by the PSNI to the leak of its own personnel data has increased pressure for the disbandment of the staunchly unionist police force.

Published August 17, 2023

Violence erupts after ‘disastrous’ PSNI action

gallighbonfire23.jpg Two nights of disturbances in the Galliagh area of Derry have been squarely blamed on an oppressive swoop by the PSNI and council authorities on material which had been collected by local youths for a traditional nationalist bonfire.

Published August 10, 2023

DUP egotists ‘damaging unionism’ - Donaldson

donaldsondup1200.jpg DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson has accused some of his own party colleagues of damaging the party with “manufactured” attacks driven by a desire “to gain media coverage or advance their personal agenda”.

Published August 3, 2023

PSNI harvested journalists’ phones for cover-up plot

nujdetail.jpg The phone records of a respected Belfast-based journalist were secretly searched by the PSNI police during an investigation into allegations against the force.

Published July 27, 2023

‘Bill of Shame’ passes Westminster vote


Tory MPs have once again voted to disregard the opposition of people in both parts of Ireland to further advance an overarching cover-up of British war crimes in the Six Counties.

Published July 20, 2023

Colluding in hate

bonfires23.jpg ‘Eleventh Night’ bonfires have once again exposed the acquiescence of the Six County statelet in the violent, hate-filled actions of loyalist gangs.

Published July 13, 2023

Landmark judgment finds murdered teen was blameless

norneyjudgment.jpg The family of a teenage boy killed by the British Army in 1975 has welcomed an inquest judgment that found he was entirely innocent when he was the victim of a cold-blooded military execution.

Published July 6, 2023

Orange Order gears up for march madness

whiterock2023.jpg There have been condemnations after a member of the infamous Shankill Butcher gang was seen taking part in a sectarian march and putting up UVF paramilitary flags.

Published June 29, 2023

Top Tory holds talks with loyalist leaders

hoareuff.jpg A senior Tory MP has been accused of holding secret talks with loyalist paramilitaries in an effort to buy off the terror gangs.

Published June 22, 2023

Anger as Britain moves to shut down active legacy cases

chhnio.jpg Sinn Féin has labelled the timing of the amendments to British legacy legislation, currently making its way through Westminster parliament, as “cynical” and said it will “slam the door shut on victims” of the conflict.

Published June 15, 2023

Focus on commemoration a distraction

mullaghbawn.jpg Unionists are piling pressure on Sinn Féin MP John Finucane to withdraw from a commemoration of IRA Volunteers who died in the conflict as part of their unending campaign to depict Irish resistance to British rule as “terrorism”.

Published June 8, 2023

DUP ‘dinosaur’ predicts political ice age

paisleyjr.jpg After an election in which the nationalist share of the vote overtook the unionist one for the first time, a senior DUP figure has admitted it could be an “ice age” before powersharing ever returns to Belfast.

Published June 1, 2023

Call to set unity vote as support for union fades

grapholda.jpg The political dynamic in the north of Ireland has changed significantly after nationalism vaulted ahead of unionism in Thursday’s council elections.

Published May 25, 2023

Vote Irish Republican

pollingstationbelfast1200.jpg After a low key campaign, today’s council elections in the north of Ireland could turn the dial against unionist misrule and boost efforts to tackle inequality and discrimination at council level.

Published May 18, 2023


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