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DUP bid to ‘cherry pick’ protocol

pootsdonaldson1200.jpg The DUP have been accused of talking “from both sides of their mouth” on the Brexit protocol after it was revealed former party leader Edwin Poots lobbied to retain elements which benefit the largely unionist farming community.

Published December 1, 2022

Changing unionism on show at the Ulster Hall

futureulsterhall.jpg Up to a thousand people attended the Ulster Hall in Belfast on Wednesday night for a meeting supporting Irish unity in a venue long associated with unionism.

Published December 1, 2022

British soldier found guilty of manslaughter

holdenmcanespie.jpg A guilty verdict in a case against the British soldier who killed Tyrone man Aidan McAnespie in 1988 is of “exceptional poignancy” for his family, according to justice campaigners.

Published November 25, 2022

Scotland denied freedom vote

sturgeon1200.jpg A judgement by the Supreme Court in London that a Scottish independence referendum cannot be held without the backing of the Westminster parliament has made clear that the ‘United Kingdom’ is a union that exists by force, not by democracy.

Published November 24, 2022

Armed action challenges narrative

strabanepsni.jpg British forces may have believed their own propaganda in regard to the status of IRA breakaway groups to judge by their shocked response to an attack on a PSNI patrol in Tyrone last Thursday night, November 17.

Published November 24, 2022

Collusion fears following arms finds

collusionmural2.jpg Two former British soldiers are among a group of loyalists who have appeared in court on weapons charges linked to the unionist paramilitary UVF.

Published November 24, 2022

Loyalists mount Belfast ‘culture war’

tg4ad.jpg An advertising hoarding for Irish language channel TG4 has been defaced with sectarian death threats in north Belfast.

Published November 24, 2022

Protests over ‘callous’ legacy legislation

derrylegacyprotest.jpg ‘Bin the Legacy Bill’ protests have been taking place in Derry, Belfast and London as a bid to end conflict-related prosecutions and investigations takes place at the Westminster parliament.

Published November 24, 2022

US political leaders maintain support for Ireland

schumer.jpg US political leaders continue to show strong support for the Irish cause despite a change in the balance of power following mid-term elections there.

Published November 24, 2022

Britain’s dirtiest secret

lurganmartyrs.jpg The son of an IRA Volunteer shot dead in the first of a series of planned British ambushes forty years ago has said he will never give up his fight for the truth.

Published November 16, 2022

Strip searches rise as authorities fail to use scanners

stripsearch.jpg More than one hundred forced strip searches have been carried out against Republican prisoners in the past two weeks, despite new scanners that make the infamous procedure redundant.

Published November 16, 2022

‘Big Brother’ bid to control movements across border

biometricsborder.jpg Many crossing the border from the south into the north of Ireland may soon be required to submit biometric facial and fingerprint data to the British government.

Published November 16, 2022

Poppy Day parade held by UDA killer unit

udaparade.jpg An event organised by a sectarian and criminal murder gang to mark Remembrance Sunday has been condemned by its victims.

Published November 16, 2022

New pressure to move beyond Brexit deadlock

stormontclosed.jpg People in the north of Ireland overwhelmingly believe Dublin should have a role in governing the region should unionists continue to block the return of power-sharing, a new poll has shown.

Published November 16, 2022

Further protests over cost of living

costoflivingnov.jpg Protestors at more than twenty regional events have called on the Dublin government to tackle economic injustice and provide more help to people struggling with soaring bills.

Published November 16, 2022

New decade, same old British approach

heatonharris2.jpg The British government has ripped up a requirement for holding an election in the ‘New Decade, New Approach’ Stormont talks deal.

Published November 10, 2022

Anger as children targeted for UVF bonfire ‘education’

actmodel.jpg A ‘charity’ linked to loyalist murder gangs is incredibly attempting to win support for sectarian bonfires in schools in the North of Ireland.

Published November 10, 2022

RAF activity raises tensions

rafplanes.jpg A training mission conducted by Britain’s Royal Air Force has drawn attention to the continuing and unwelcome presence of the British military garrison in Ireland.

Published November 10, 2022

Aggressive raid on home of very elderly woman

psniraidportadown.jpg A heavy-handed raid by the British Crown Forces has taken place on the home of a vulnerable 80-year-old woman in Portadown. The victim, a lifelong Republican, has never previously been arrested or imprisoned, leading to claims that the raid was an act of collective punishment against the local nationalist community.

Published November 10, 2022

Desperate Donaldson can’t stop telling lies

jeffreydonaldson1200.jpg DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson has been caught making a series of false claims in an attempt to win support for the party’s position on the Irish Protocol of Brexit.

Published November 10, 2022


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