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Sinn Féin’s royal outreach divides nationalists

royalsbox.jpg A statement by Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald congratulating Queen Elizabeth on a “lifetime of service” has renewed a controversy over the party’s relationship with the English royal family.

Published February 17, 2022



‘Vindictive’ convictions overturned

maguirehardy.jpg Two former republican prisoners have had false convictions against them quashed by the Spanish Supreme Court.

Published February 17, 2022



Family calls for British army apology over killing

hayesfamily.jpg The family of a Catholic man killed by the British Army in north Belfast almost 50 years ago has renewed its call for an apology.

Published February 17, 2022



Petition calls on PSNI to release files on Noah Donohoe

noahmissing.jpg Fiona Donohoe, whose young son was found dead in a loyalist area of north Belfast two years ago, has launched a petition to the PSNI Chief Simon Byrne to release four secret files on the case.

Published February 17, 2022



Systematic collusion now undeniable

ormeauroad30.jpg The publication of a detailed report on the extensive collusion between RUC police and loyalist death squads in south Belfast in the 1990s could mark a turning point in the campaign for truth and justice in the north of Ireland.

Published February 10, 2022



Anger grows at impunity and cover-up

toibinmurphy.jpg Pressure is mounting to stop British plans for an amnesty and to ensure full accountability for its forces’ actions.

Published February 10, 2022



DUP met with murder gangs before collapsing Stormont

loyalists.jpg DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson met with a loyalist paramilitary umbrella group just days before he moved to end power-sharing at Stormont, raising fears that crime gangs continue to wield significant influence with his party.

Published February 10, 2022



PSNI handcuff 13-year-old in latest harassment outrage

handcuffedkid.jpg The father of a 13-year-old schoolboy handcuffed during a stop-and-search by the PSNI says his son has been left shaken and distressed.

Published February 10, 2022



Welcome as Glasnevin’s ‘wall of shame’ is taken down

glasnevinwall2.jpg An infamous memorial in Dublin which commemorated members of the British forces who died trying to defeat Irish independence is to be taken down.

Published February 10, 2022



Tension at Maghaberry as jailers maintain Covid lockdown

prisonerscovid.jpg With Covid restrictions being removed and a sense of normality returning, republican prisoners at Maghaberry jail have called for prison visits to be reinstated to the same format as they were.

Published February 10, 2022



DUP First Minister Paul Givan resigns

givanresigns.jpg The DUP’s Paul Givan has resigned as First Minister of the north of Ireland with effect from midnight tonight, putting a question mark over a scheduled election in which his party was expected to poll badly.

Published February 3, 2022



‘We will see them in the dock’

mcaliskeysunday.jpg Several thousand people marched behind the slogan, ‘There is no British Justice’ as the campaign for those killed and injured by the British Parachute Regiment in Derry on Bloody Sunday marked its 50th year.

Published February 3, 2022



Fresh impetus to Bloody Sunday justice push

bloodysundaymarch22.jpg There was a new display of unity in Derry on Sunday as different campaigns aligned to call for justice for the families of the peaceful protesters killed by British soldiers on Bloody Sunday.

Published February 3, 2022



Craigavon 2 convictions to be reviewed

craigavon2flat.jpg A serious miscarriage of justice could be returned to the Court of Appeal as a result of the actions of undercover MI5 agent, Dennis McFadden.

Published February 3, 2022



‘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

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