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Liam Campbell extradited

campellarrested.jpg Louth republican Liam Campbell has been extradited to Lithuania after being arrested by Gardai police on Monday. He was handed over to Lithuanian authorities at Dublin Airport.

Published May 19, 2022

Crisis becomes circus in Belfast

dupstormont22.jpg A stream of political posturing and grandstanding has masked the DUP’s refusal to accept the result of this month’s election to the Stormont Assembly, in which Sinn Féin emerged as the largest party.

Published May 19, 2022

Confusion over trigger for Irish unity vote

irishunitymarch22.jpg The Sinn Féin vice president has said there is a need to fill in a grey area of the Good Friday Agreement on the circumstances for holding a referendum on constitutional change.

Published May 19, 2022

‘Low-level informer’ flees Derry

elliot.jpg An alleged informer in Derry has been defended by his family who said he had been coerced into collaborating with the British forces.

Published May 19, 2022

Flash: Britain moves to renege on Brexit Protocol

brexitrenege.jpg The British government has initiated the process of formally reneging on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement with the introduction of unilateral legislation to “disapply” parts of the protocol on trade in the north of Ireland.

Published May 17, 2022

Old order fails to grasp seismic change

donaldsonjohnson.jpg Rejectionist unionism continues to be indulged by the British government, despite Sinn Féin winning the Stormont Assembly election and nationalist parties outpolling unionist parties in a Six County election for the first time.

Published May 12, 2022

Election adds to pressure for Border Poll

ae22map.jpg A referendum on Irish unity must be held after the Assembly election result showed there is “no majority for the union any more”, according to a group of prominent nationalists.

Published May 12, 2022

Dismay, scepticism as Britain parades plans for new laws

charlesspeech.jpg Victims’ groups have hit out a British government reworking of a planned amnesty plan as a “sinister denial of rights”.

Published May 12, 2022

Liam Campbell extradition allowed by Supreme Court

liamcampbell600.jpg Prominent republican Liam Campbell could soon be extradited to Lithuania following a ruling by the 26 County Supreme Court in Dublin, despite the fact he never set foot in the country.

Published May 12, 2022

Hypocrisy of funeral Covid fines

mcnallyfuneral.jpg Two prominent Tyrone republicans fined for attending the funeral of a friend during the Covid-19 lockdown are to appeal the decision.

Published May 12, 2022

PSNI refuse to say who lied about massacre bomb

mcgurksbar600x.jpg The families of victims of the McGurk’s Bar massacre have again been refused a meeting by the PSNI.

Published May 12, 2022

DUP to block formation of Executive after losing election

donaldsonae22.jpg As a Sinn Féin First Minister was historically elected to head the new power-sharing Stormont Executive tonight, DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson has confirmed he will veto its formation.

Published May 7, 2022

McDonald calls for Irish unity vote within five years

telegraphae22.jpg With counting continuing, Sinn Féin and the Alliance Party remain the big winners from the Stormont Assembly election, with Sinn Féin’s Michelle O’Neill now certain to become First Minister-elect.

Published May 7, 2022

Flash: Nationalists outvote unionists in North for first time

mcdonaldoneillae22.jpg First election results across the north of Ireland show that nationalist candidates have outvoted unionists in the Six Counties for the first time, triggering a key requirement for a referendum on Irish reunification.

Published May 6, 2022

Tallies show Sinn Féin on course for historic victory

oneillae22.jpg Sinn Féin could be on its way to becoming the largest party in the Stormont Assembly. If tallies from count centres are borne out in final results from Thursday’s election, Michelle O’Neill is set to become First Minister-elect and the first nationalist to lead a Six County administration under British rule.

Published May 6, 2022

Counting the changes

election2022.jpg The increasing confidence of Irish nationalism and the declining power of unionism has become clear in an election campaign marked by signs of incremental but irreversible change.

Published May 5, 2022

Pursuit of IRSP election agent ‘as blatant as it gets’

danmurphyvideo.jpg There has been strong condemnation of a threat by the Crown Forces to seize the election agent of IRSP West Belfast candidate Dan Murphy on the eve of an Assembly election.

Published May 5, 2022

Pre-election ‘smear’ has opposite effect

sfletter.jpg A cynical move to publicise an attempt by Sinn Féin to contact Saoradh as part of a peace effort has seen overwhelming public support for the gesture.

Published May 5, 2022

Passports swapped as unionists see through Brexit

passportsbrexit.jpg More Irish than British passports have been issued in the north of Ireland for the first time since partition.

Published May 5, 2022

Hostel occupied in bid to reopen vacant buildings

hostelsquat.jpg Left-wing activists have occupied a vacant former youth hostel in Dublin in order to provided housing to those in need.

Published May 5, 2022


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