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Minister potentially funding his own assassins

coveneyalert.jpg The 26 County Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, has been funding organisations linked to unionist paramilitaries who have been threatening to assassinate him, it has emerged.

Published April 7, 2022

Hundreds of PSNI members are Orangemen or Freemasons

orangepolice.jpg A huge number of PSNI police are signed-up members of sectarian Protestant or Masonic groups, it has emerged.

Published April 7, 2022

Sinn Féin shifts focus for election campaign

elec22sf.jpg A Sinn Féin focus on the cost of living in the Stormont election has sparked controversy, with the DUP, the SDLP and the Irish Republican Socialist Party all rowing in to criticise the temporary downgrading of the party’s Irish unity agenda.

Published April 7, 2022

Call for investigation into UDR role in brutal killing

gerardcasey.jpg The anniversary of the murder of a County Antrim man as he slept beside his wife and baby daughter has brought fresh calls for an inquest into the the circumstances of the killing and the role of the Crown Forces in the attack.

Published April 7, 2022

‘Rights delayed are rights denied’

andreamdearg.jpg More than 1,000 people have signed a letter expressing their “deep concerns regarding the persisting failure” to introduce the Irish Language Act following decades of delay.

Published April 7, 2022

Ex-prisoners win compensation via Redress Board

hamiltonharkin.jpg Two former republican prisoners beaten behind bars as teenagers are to receive five-figure compensation payouts via an unusual route.

Published April 7, 2022

Who stands behind ‘Brexit’s bombers’?

antiprotocol.jpg Questions are being raised over the role of unionist politicians and media in motivating a hoax bomb attack at an event in north Belfast on Friday morning, 25 March.

Published March 31, 2022

British soldier goes on trial for McAnespie killing

aughnacloy.jpg A trial in Belfast of a former British soldier has heard that his claim that his finger “slipped” when he killed 23-year-old nationalist Aidan McAnespie at a border checkpoint was “not credible”.

Published March 31, 2022

Hopes fade for language rights as ‘hocus-pocus’ deal dissolves

lewismelvin.jpg An admission by the British government that it has no immediate plans to introduce Irish language legislation in the north of Ireland has been angrily condemned by Irish language speakers.

Published March 31, 2022

AIA claim successes against normalisation of British rule

aiaprotests.jpg A year-long republican campaign in Armagh appears to have succeeded in its bid to stop the city being branded as a “UK City of Culture”.

Published March 31, 2022

PSNI refuse to deny informer allegations

finegan600.jpg A legal challenge has been launched after the PSNI police said it would neither confirm nor deny if alleged paedophile priest Malachy Finegan was an informer for the force.

Published March 31, 2022

Protest at Orange parade in Glasgow

callitoutprotest2.jpg A parade by the anti-Catholic Orange Order past a Catholic church went ahead in Glasgow on Sunday, 27 March, amid a new focus on the failure of the authorities in Scotland to limit sectarian marches in the city.

Published March 31, 2022

Anger at stealth move to harden Border

borderforce.jpg A plan by the British government to restrict movements of non-Irish citizens of the European Union on the island of Ireland has come under renewed criticism following a vote in the Westminster parliament.

Published March 24, 2022

Quick action urged on Bloody Sunday prosecution

wraymckinney.jpg Lawyers acting for the families of the victims of the Bloody Sunday say prosecutors must now immediately resume proceedings against ‘Soldier F’ after a decision to drop charges against him was quashed by the High Court.

Published March 24, 2022

US President speaks out as unionists obsess on protocol

bidenshamrock22.jpg US President Joe Biden has responded to continuing unionist and British efforts to use Brexit to reinforce the partition of Ireland with a warning that the Good Friday Agreement “cannot change”.

Published March 24, 2022

Sinn Féin dig in as royals face post-colonial anger

treeplantingjubilee.jpg The 32 County Sovereignty Committee has condemned the participation of Sinn Féin in a ceremony at the Belfast Assembly to mark the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth Windsor’s coronation as Queen of England.

Published March 24, 2022

Birmingham Six campaigner wins case over sources

chrismullin.jpg A journalist who led the campaign to expose the Birmingham Six miscarriage of justice will not have to hand over his notes to police in England after they launched a legal bid to require him to reveal his sources.

Published March 24, 2022

Ukrainian soldiers given copies of IRA manual - report

ukrainianbook.jpg A Ukrainian translation of the IRA’s ‘Green Book’ for military planning has been distributed to soldiers in the war-ravaged country to help them engage in guerrilla conflict, according to a report in the Sunday World.

Published March 24, 2022

Bloody Sunday prosecution should go ahead, court rules

sundaytowardsjustice.jpg A decision to drop murder charges against a former British soldier in connection with Bloody Sunday is to be quashed, the High Court in Belfast ruled today.

Published March 23, 2022

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

stpatrickskids.jpg In solidarity with all our readers on our national day.

Published March 17, 2022


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