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Irish neutrality ‘under siege’

kingnorkaiser.jpg Efforts to exploit the invasion of Ukraine to push for an end to Ireland’s military neutrality have been condemned.

Published March 10, 2022



English racists seek to shut Irish border to Ukrainians

ukrainianfamily.jpg The Dublin government has rejected English calls to ‘close the Irish Border’ over its decision to offer asylum to Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion.

Published March 10, 2022



‘Secretive’ extradition opposed

stopextraditions.jpg In response to a demand by British forces in the north of Ireland, a Cork-based republican has been brought before a court for an extradition hearing.

Published March 10, 2022



British Labour selects prominent Scottish Orangeman

dunbar.jpg The British Labour Party in Scotland has been accused of promoting anti-Catholic hate after it named a former Orange Order leader as a local election candidate for the party.

Published March 10, 2022



Brexit seen taking back seat after Russian invasion

trusstank.jpg The war in Ukraine has overwhelmed plans by the British government to trigger a showdown with the European Union, according to reports in the London media.

Published March 10, 2022



New Lodge Six families seek review of investigation delay

newlodgesixmural.jpg British Army killers of six Catholic men in north Belfast may be dead before the case is allocated for a PSNI investigation, the Court of Appeal in Belfast has heard.

Published March 10, 2022



End the Occupations

russianoccupation.jpg In full support of peace and freedom for the people of Ukraine, Irish nationalists and republicans have been leading calls for a reassertion of Ukraine’s national sovereignty and for an end to military expansions across the world.

Published March 3, 2022



New evidence of collusion in journalist’s murder

martinohagan2.jpg The family of murdered Sunday World journalist Martin O’Hagan are to sue the PSNI for withholding information which could have prevented his murder.

Published March 3, 2022



Donohoes targeted for PSNI harassment

donohoes2.jpg Anger has greeted news that Fiona Donohoe has been required to attend a PSNI base for questioning over police claims a walk in support of her family may have breached Covid restrictions.

Published March 3, 2022



Another TD quits Sinn Féin

violetannewynne.jpg A Sinn Féin TD has dramatically quit the party as its organisational crisis once again erupted onto the front pages.

Published March 3, 2022



Support for prisoners over visits protest

bannervisits.jpg Three independent councillors in Derry and Strabane have supported republican prisoners who are campaigning for visiting arrangements introduced during the Covid-19 pandemic to be relaxed.

Published March 3, 2022



Kelly out as Labour stuggles for relevance

alankellyout.jpg Alan Kelly has resigned as leader of the Irish Labour Party following a sudden heave against him by his fellow party TDs. The colleagues who forced him out stood uneasily in the background as the Labour leader made an emotional resignation speech to the media on Wednesday evening.

Published March 3, 2022



Russian invasion condemned

kyivbombed.jpg Irish political leaders have been joining international condemnation of a Russian invasion of neighbouring Ukraine.

Published February 24, 2022



Non-jury court exposed by wrongful convictions

olearyscc.jpg A Dublin man has called for an end to the Special Criminal Court after describing his ordeal of being falsely jailed for IRA membership as “horrific”.

Published February 24, 2022



Too early to talk of Stormont alternative - O’Neill

oneillsky.jpg Sinn Féin’s Michelle O’Neill has said the days of democracy in the north of Ireland “on the terms of unionism alone” are over as speculation persists that the DUP will block a return of power-sharing if Sinn Féin becomes the largest party in May’s election to the Stormont Assembly.

Published February 24, 2022



Unionist politicians bicker as election looms

allisterwilson.jpg Loyalist preparations for the Stormont election have been hampered by public infighting and a lack of interest in their protests against Brexit-related port checks.

Published February 24, 2022



GAA caught up in ‘good and bad’ memorials row

clonoememorial.jpg Unionists stand accused of hypocrisy after they criticised a memorial at a Gaelic sports club to former members of the club who died as IRA Volunteers in the line of duty.

Published February 24, 2022



Miscarriage of justice journalist targeted by police

birminghamsix.jpg English journalist Chris Mullin, who exposed the Birmingham Six miscarriage of justice, has accused police there of going “for the guy who blew the whistle” after they sought a court order requiring him to reveal his sources.

Published February 24, 2022



US call for end to amnesty plan

lantos.jpg With evidence piling up of systematic collusion by the British Crown Forces in the murders of more than a thousand innocent Irish civilians, US political leaders have vowed to help stop London passing a blanket amnesty.

Published February 17, 2022



Unionists see new hope for a hard border

dromoreorange.jpg Tory extremists and unionists are exploiting the weakness of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as “a renewed opportunity” to push for a hard Brexit and a remilitarisation of the border through Ireland, according to reports.

Published February 17, 2022

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