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Bill could deliver far-reaching public inquiry into collusion

toibindail.jpg Legislation for a commission of investigation into decades of collusion by the British state has passed through the first stage of the Dublin parliament.

Published February 16, 2023

DUP running out of excuses

dupsupremecourt.jpg Unionists have failed in their legal attempts to force a renegotiation of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement after the Supreme Court in London unanimously dismissed a challenge to its new trading procedures.

Published February 9, 2023

Omagh inquiry could become a whitewash

omaghbombcar.jpg Expectations are low that an official inquiry into the role of state forces in the Omagh bomb will tackle the censorship and secrecy which have grown up around the events of August 15, 1998.

Published February 9, 2023

Backlash over wife killer’s role in Orange Order

stephenfulton.jpg The true nature of the anti-Catholic Orange Order has been exposed by its decision to appoint a man convicted of killing his wife as a ‘Worshipful Master’ in Tyrone.

Published February 9, 2023

Killer soldier avoids jail

mcanespiesentencing.jpg The sentencing of a British soldier for the 1988 killing of Aidan McAnespie has met with a muted response, with most nationalists and republicans condemning the suspension of the three-year sentence which has ensured David Holden will not spend a day in prison for the crime.

Published February 9, 2023

North Belfast massacre remembered

newlodge50.jpg A candlelit procession was among the events which were held to mark the 50th anniversary of the killing of six men in the New Lodge area of Belfast.

Published February 9, 2023

PSNI school stunt condemned

psnischool.jpg Saoradh has condemned a publicity stunt by armed PSNI police at a Catholic school in Derry in which children were photographed holding the force’s militaristic clothing and other equipment.

Published February 9, 2023

Killer soldier gets suspended sentence; Omagh inquiry announced

holden1200.jpg A decision by a non-jury court in Belfast to hand only a suspended sentence to a former British soldier found guilty of the manslaughter of 23-year-old Tyrone man Aidan McAnespie at a border checkpoint 35 years ago has been greeted with shock and disappointment.

Published February 2, 2023

Schoolchildren targeted by anti-Irish hate

irishout.jpg Widespread disgust has greeted a sectarian sign which was placed by loyalists outside a school for young children in Clough, County Down.

Published February 2, 2023

Successive governments cheated most vulnerable citizens

varadkarmcdonalddail.jpg Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has admitted the 26 County State ‘didn’t have a leg to stand on’ in relation to disability payments deliberately withheld from people in care.

Published February 2, 2023

Loyalist power struggle erupts on the Shankill

barberlin.jpg UDA gangsters smashed up a pub belonging to the daughter of a veteran loyalist amid a broadening feud over loyalist crime rackets.

Published February 2, 2023

Bloody Sunday rally hears condemnation of ‘amnesty by attrition’

bloodysundaymarch23.jpg Nationalists and republicans joined in events to mark the anniversary of the Bloody Sunday massacre and to renew demands for justice for the victims.

Published February 2, 2023

‘Bill of Shame’ could protect serial killers

philiprafferty.jpg The 90-year-old mother of a Catholic schoolboy brutally beaten and shot dead by loyalists 50 years ago has told of how she strongly believes there was British state collusion in his killing.

Published February 2, 2023

British agent was behind ‘romper room’ murder gang

patrickheenan.jpg The son of a man killed by loyalists fifty years ago believes he was the victim of a ‘counter gang’ set up by the British Army to carry out atrocities.

Published February 2, 2023

Report on arrest of journalists suppressed

birneymccaffreystuff.jpg An official report on an infamous arrest operation against two journalists investigating collusion in 2018 has been withheld, with only a small summary released into the public domain.

Published January 26, 2023

Britain shows little motivation for ending North’s stalemate

burleymcdonald.jpg The British government could face court action if it “stalls and delays” in calling a vote on Irish reunification, according to Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald.

Published January 26, 2023

‘Hooded Men’ working to bring an end to torture methods

hoodedmanbbc.jpg A BBC documentary on the ‘Hooded Men’ has cast a new light on the treatment of the group of 14 innocent young men who were arrested, interned and subjected to extreme and experimental cruelty by their British Army captors.

Published January 26, 2023

Sinn Féin calls for Legacy summit

legacyprotest.jpg Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has written to British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and 26 County Taoiseach Leo Varadkar asking that they call an urgent summit on issues dealing the the past conflict.

Published January 26, 2023

Dramatic gun attack on Gardaí recalled

desfitzgerald.jpg A court action has been launched in a case in which a former 26 County policeman escaped death in a border gun attack he describes as a murder bid carried out by the British Army.

Published January 26, 2023

Vigil for Fergal McCusker

fergalmccusker1200.jpg A candlelight vigil will be held on Friday to mark the anniversary of the death of Fergal McCusker, shot dead as he made his way home from a night out 25 years ago this week.

Published January 26, 2023


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