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Hopes for a ‘reset’ in London

newtories.jpg The edging out of Boris Johnson as British Prime Minister this week has raised hopes that his successor will end the multiple attacks of his government on the Good Friday Agreement.

Published July 14, 2022

Demands for change as sectarian nightmare continues

bonfires2022.jpg The complete failure of the authorities to tackle rampant hate crimes at loyalist ‘Eleventh’ bonfires has brought demands for forceful action and an end to the lip service which greets the scenes every year.

Published July 14, 2022

‘RUC has not gone away’ as shocking defilement revealed

simonbyrne1200.jpg The PSNI has been accused of descending new depths of inhumanity after it emerged members of the force shared perverted images of a suicide victim’s body accompanied by sectarian anti-Catholic comments.

Published July 14, 2022

Families are targeted at Maghaberry

maghaberry1200.jpg Children of republican prisoners attending a jail visit at Maghaberry prison were told to use a “mop bucket” after requesting to use the toilet.

Published July 14, 2022

Johnson departure gives hope to families

billofshameprotest.jpg Campaigners against legislation to give an amnesty to Britain’s war criminals in the north of Ireland have said Boris Johnson’s departure as Prime Minister could “be a window of opportunity”.

Published July 14, 2022

Springhill/Westrock massacre remembered, 50 years on

springhill50.jpg Relatives and friends gathered this week for a memorial march to remember five Catholic people shot dead by the British army 50 years ago.

Published July 14, 2022

Loyalist mayhem and hate now ‘mainstreamed’

eleventh2022.jpg Hundreds of loyalist bonfires have gone ahead tonight across the North despite the death of a bonfire builder who fell to his death from one of the pyres.

Published July 12, 2022

Johnson ‘resigns’ but remains in power; reshuffles Cabinet

johnsonresigns.jpg Controversy continues in London after British Prime Minister delivered a resignation speech in Downing Street but insisted he would stay on as British Prime Minister until a successor is appointed.

Published July 7, 2022

Lewis quits as Johnson seeks to stay until October

johnsonlewis1200.jpg Britain’s Direct Ruler in Ireland Brandon Lewis has resigned from the Cabinet as Prime Minister Boris Johnson is now on the point of yielding to the overwhelming pressure for him to go.

Published July 7, 2022

‘Pray for Johnson to go’

johnsonout.jpg After one of the most bizarre days in British politics, Boris Johnson is still clinging to power in London despite no fewer than 42 resignations from his government, including a record 14 Ministers in one day.

Published July 6, 2022

Collusion alleged as Irvine walks

irvineloyalist.jpg The open involvement of a British minister in the release on bail of a top loyalist paramilitary figure has hiked tensions in the north of Ireland ahead of next week’s ‘Twelfth’ marches.

Published July 6, 2022

Legacy ‘Bill of Shame’ passed by MPs

legacyprotest0622.jpg The British government has been accused of retraumatising victims of the conflict after legislation for a broad amnesty for its war criminals in the north of Ireland was rushed through the House of Commons.

Published July 6, 2022

PSNI working alongside MI5 to recruit informers

psnimi5.jpg The PSNI are increasingly facilitating British military intelligence in their attempts to recruit nationalists as informers.

Published July 6, 2022

Royalist propaganda delivered to Irish schoolchildren

queenbook.jpg A new ‘patriotic’ book to promote the Queen of England has been distributed to schools in the occupied north of Ireland.

Published July 6, 2022

Demands grow for action on unity

unitydemo.jpg Calls for Irish self-determination and Scottish independence look set to grow amid the meltdown of Boris Johnson’s administration in London. Sinn Féin TD for Cavan-Monaghan Matt Carthy called on the Tory government to now “clarify the criteria” for an Irish unity poll.

Published July 6, 2022

McGurk’s Bar report quashed after seven year fight

mcgurks1200.jpg A deceptive police report into the McGurk’s Bar bomb atrocity is to be quashed in its entirety, concluding a titanic legal battle between victims of the atrocity and the PSNI.

Published June 30, 2022

‘Epic’ power grab seen in London’s unilateral actions

humanrights1200.jpg The British government’s proposed Bill of Rights has been described as a “power grab on an epic scale” that will violate the Good Friday Agreement’s basic human rights guarantees.

Published June 30, 2022

Inquest exposes murder as legacy fight continues in London

kathleenthompson1200.jpg A Derry mother was shot dead by a British soldier in her back garden in circumstances which were “unjustified”, a coroner has ruled.

Published June 30, 2022

Shocking sectarian attack ignored by PSNI

smashedcar1200.jpg A Catholic man who fled his east Belfast home with his injured partner after being attacked by a loyalist mob has described the PSNI as a “disgrace” after they ignored their pleas for help for over an hour.

Published June 30, 2022

British ruling class faces new resistance

connollylynch.jpg Irish republican socialist James Connolly is back in vogue in Britain amid increasing signs of a new political awakening there.

Published June 30, 2022


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