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‘Desperate’ DUP act to halt protocol checks

pootschecks.jpg A move by DUP Minister Edwin Poots to order an end to Brexit-related checks at ports in the north of Ireland has been strongly condemned by nationalists but supported by the Tory government in London.

Published February 3, 2022



PSNI target nationalist families

stewartstown.jpg A chaotic late night PSNI assault on a group of nationalists in Stewartstown, County Tyrone has been described as “crazed”.

Published February 3, 2022



Death of British killer leaves questions unanswered

taff.jpg An infamous member of the British Army’s Military Reaction Force, Clive Graham Williams, has died, it has been reported.

Published February 3, 2022



A wound that isn’t healed

bernardmcguigan.jpg The Irish President, Micheal D Higgins, Taoiseach Michael Martin, and former British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn are among those set to take part in events this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

Published January 27, 2022



Para fans out to hurt families of Bloody Sunday victims

paraflags.jpg Flags of the British Army regiment responsible for Bloody Sunday have been flown in loyalist areas of Derry ahead of the 50th anniversary of the massacre.

Published January 27, 2022



Taoiseach ignores collusion report

martinmaclochlainn.jpg The Dublin government is being condemned for its failure to respond to the recent collusion report by the Police Ombudsman, which found damning evidence of British Crown Force involvement in the murder of 19 Irish citizens.

Published January 27, 2022



Fate of Stormont tied to Assembly election

mcdonalddonaldson.jpg As polls show it is on the cusp of becoming the largest party at the Belfast Assembly, Sinn Féin has called on the unionist parties to make it clear if they will take part in the Stormont Executive alongside a Sinn Féin First Minister.

Published January 27, 2022



PSNI harass senior Lasair Dhearg figures

lasairsearch.jpg Two leading members of the Lasair Dhearg organisation were followed for several hours by the PSNI in Belfast city centre before being subjected to a forced stop and search this week.

Published January 27, 2022



Republican monument rededicated in Derry

rededication.jpg Several hundred people attended a Sinn Fein ceremony in the Creggan in Derry on Sunday afternoon for a rededication of the local monument to fallen IRA Volunteers.

Published January 27, 2022



Vindication, but what next?

greenwichvictims.jpg A self-censored report by the Police Ombudsman has played down what it described only as ‘collusive behaviour’ and ‘collusive activity’ by the Crown Forces in the murders of 19 civilians by the North West UDA between 1988 and 1994.

Published January 20, 2022



Bizarre end to Easter commemoration trial

fennell600.jpg Republican activists Dee Fennell and Patrick McGrath have been acquitted of all charges related to an “illegal” Easter commemoration in 2019 after their political persecution ended in an abrupt manner.

Published January 20, 2022



Election ‘Jeffreymander’ fails; IRSP to run first candidate

donaldsonmurphy.jpg A Tory attempt to throw DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson a political lifeline with the temporary restoration of ‘double jobbing’ has failed in the face of the united opposition of the other Assembly parties.

Published January 20, 2022



Pipe bomb attack in County Antrim

pipebombloughgiel.jpg The South Antrim UDA have been blamed locally for a pipe bomb which caused a major alert in a nationalist area of the county this week.

Published January 20, 2022



Crimes of Garda ‘Heavy Gang’ exposed

heavygang.jpg Sinn Féin spokesperson on Justice Martin Kenny has called for an apology by the state and a full independent inquiry into the policing and judicial system in the 26 Counties following an exposé of the Garda ‘Heavy Gang’ in the late 1970s and 1980s.

Published January 20, 2022



Permission granted for ‘destruction’ at Rising site

hammersonmoorest.jpg There has been an angry reaction to the issuance of planning permission by Dublin City Council for the redevelopment of an area of the city that was a key rebel stronghold during the 1916 Rising against British rule.

Published January 20, 2022



Tory upheaval complicates Brexit talks

johnsonapology22.jpg Deepening chaos at the top of the Conservative government in London has increased uncertainty ahead of key talks on the north of Ireland.

Published January 13, 2022



‘Bullyboy’ tactics of Gardaí at commemoration

ohanloncommem.jpg Gardaí police set upon republicans in County Monaghan this week as a commemoration was taking place in honour of Fergal O’Hanlon.

Published January 13, 2022



Dangerous ‘dog whistles’ as election looms

katehoey.jpg The DUP’s endorsement of a loyalist rant against nationalist activists who “dominate professional vocations” has set the scene for a polarising and bitter Stormont Assembly election campaign.

Published January 13, 2022



Torture victim sues over treatment

liamholdenold.jpg The last man to receive the death penalty in the Six Counties has begun an action against the British government for using torture to extract a false confession from him.

Published January 13, 2022



Stakeknife handler linked to Kenyan slaughter

kenyanstk.jpg A British soldier who handled ‘Stakeknife’, an infamous IRA informer, also gave spy tips to east African wildlife rangers whose shoot-to-kill anti-poaching policy killed dozens of innocent Kenyans, it has emerged.

Published January 13, 2022

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