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PSNI ignoring loyalist violence - SF

racistloyalists.jpg Sinn Fein has accused the PSNI of an “obvious disparity” between how riots in loyalist and nationalist areas are policed.

Published July 29, 2011



Orangemen attempt Garvaghy march

orangemen2.jpg The Orange Order yesterday [Wednesday] attempted to stage a march along part of the nationalist Garvaghy Road in Portadown.

Published July 29, 2011



New tax inspires public boycott

taxboycott.jpg Householders in the 26-County state face hundreds of euro in new charges, starting with a flat-rate charge in January and separate water and property charges by 2014.

Published July 29, 2011



Presidential election date named

arasanuachtaran.jpg The coalition government in Dublin has named Thursday, October 27th, as the date for the presidential election and two constitutional referenda.

Published July 29, 2011



Reject Stormont brutality

lilliscamp.jpg The Six-County administration is still resisting intense pressure to release dying prisoner Brendan Lillis, who remains critically ill at Maghaberry prison despite having the charges which put him there withdrawn.

Published July 24, 2011



Marian Price charged over 2009 attack

marianpriceaddress.jpg Veteran republican Marian Price has been charged by the PSNI in a move widely seen as a political response to the growing controversy over selective internment and the plight of Brendan Lillis.

Published July 24, 2011



‘Twelfth’ fallout continues

orangemarch.jpg A Ballycastle man assaulted on the Twelfth of July has said he was set upon only because he had walked across the road during a contentious parade by the anti-Catholic Orange Order.

Published July 24, 2011



No justice for abuse victims as Kenny blasts Vatican

kennydail.jpg The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has mounted a strong verbal attack on the Catholic church as pressure again grows in Ireland for action to be taken in the wake of the latest child abuse scandal.

Published July 24, 2011



EU forced to cut Irish interest rate

sarkozymerkel.jpg A lowering of the interest rate being charged by the European Union for its share of the current 85 billion euro bailout loan will not deflect the Dublin government from implementing further cuts to services as well as new stealth taxes, the government has said.

Published July 24, 2011



PSNI invade wedding, arrest couple, question guests

sunmcelwee.jpg The PSNI in Derry have been accused of mixing sectarianism with racism as they interrupted a wedding ceremony between a local man and a woman who had moved to Ireland from China, and arrested the couple.

Published July 24, 2011



Blanketman on the threshold

brendanlillisbed.jpg Supporters of critically ill Maghaberry prisoner Brendan Lillis are to stage a hunger protest in a last-ditch attempt to convince the Stormont and British authorities to release him from prison before he dies.

Published July 19, 2011



Mid-Ulster UVF blamed for Portadown attack

uvf.jpg Over 100 loyalists were involved in a serious mob assault at a ‘peaceline’ in Portadown on Friday night, throwing bricks, bottles, paint-bombs, fireworks and at least one blast bomb.

Published July 19, 2011



Stormont buries its head after riots

riotoildrum.jpg The Six-County administration at Stormont has been criticised for adopting a ‘securocrat’ response to the marching season.

Published July 19, 2011



Soccer team attacked in north Belfast

sectarianassault2011.jpg Members of a north Belfast soccer team have been left with injuries including stab wounds and a broken leg after being attacked by a loyalist mob.

Published July 19, 2011



CIRA dismisses talks offer

ciragraffiti.jpg A member of the Continuity IRA has dismissed offers from senior Sinn Fein figures to enter into talks, according to the Guardian newspaper.

Published July 19, 2011



Minister in ‘Thatcherite’ attack on welfare recipients

joanburtonfinance.jpg ‘Minister for Social Protection’, Labour’s Joan Burton, has been widely condemned after she suggested that social welfare is becoming a “lifestyle choice”.

Published July 19, 2011



The Battle of Ardoyne

ardoyneriot2011.jpg The PSNI attacked a peaceful protest in the republican Ardoyne area of north Belfast to facilitate a sectarian march, triggering hours of rioting on Tuesday evening.

Published July 14, 2011



Interfaces attacked amid surge in UVF activity

bonfiremilne.jpg A series of sectarian and racist attacks were carried out by loyalists in the nights leading up to the ‘Eleventh Night’ bonfires and the ‘Twelfth’ marches.

Published July 14, 2011



Kenny and Gilmore caught as false promises are exposed

roscommonprotest.jpg The Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore both misled voters in pre-election assurances about the future of hospital services in Roscommon, it has emerged.

Published July 14, 2011



Call for prosecutions after new abuse report

cloynemagee.jpg There has been another shocking report on the failure of the Catholic Church to protect child abuse victims in the 26 Counties.

Published July 14, 2011

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