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Dublin - a Cause for Concern

By Danny Morrison
www.dannymorrison.com

The only way of stopping the DUP from wrecking the Belfast Agreement and bringing it around to political reality is to continue to implement the Agreement’s equality and justice provisions and the work of the all-Ireland bodies, even in the absence of an assembly and executive.

Published September 28, 2004



Blair broke Finucane pledge - Durkan

Tony Blair has been accused by the SDLP leader Mark Durkan of breaking pledges over the issue of British collusion with unionist paramilitaries.

Published September 28, 2004



British Army in flute band bust-up

A controversy has arisen involving a British soldier’s links to unionist paramilitaries and his wife’s accusations of harassment.

Published September 28, 2004



Bush campaigner threatens magazine

The former US ambassador to Ireland, Richard Egan, has warned the publisher of an Irish American magazine she had “better think twice before trying to influence American politics” as “the Irish are not the only ones with long memories”.

Published September 28, 2004



Derry Commemorative Civil Rights March

A number of people have suggested to us that it was a mistake to include the case of Seamus Doherty in the issues being highlighted by the march marking the anniversary of the October 5th 1968 launch of the civil rights campaign in Derry.

Published September 28, 2004



ADAMS CONCERN AT TALKS FAILURE

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has expressed concern about the handling of the political process since the failure of last week’s intensive talks to reach a deal.

Published September 28, 2004



Murphy has ‘funny turn’

Britain’s Direct Ruler in Ireland, Paul Murphy, was taken to hospital today after falling ill at the annual conference of the British Labour Party.

Published September 28, 2004



Republican merchandise banned by e-Bay

An internet auction site has banned the sale of all Irish republican materials outside the USA.

Published September 28, 2004



An inquiry into Finucane - but what kind?

A statement by Amnesty International Press Release following yesterday’s announcement of an inquiry into the Pat Finucane case.

Published September 24, 2004



Rules waived for UDA man

A leading unionist paramilitary who was caught breaking bail conditions has controversially been allowed to remain free.

Published September 24, 2004



Nowhere to left to go for trapped DUP

By Brian Feeney (for the Irish News)

Have you noticed how carefully Bertie Ahern, Tony Blair, Brian Cowen and our own dear proconsul avoid saying the dread sentence, ‘the DUP refuse to share power’, let alone publicly demand of the DUP that they do share power?

Published September 24, 2004



Court action over controversial murder case

A judicial review of the PSNI’s refusal to bring in an outside police force to investigate a controversial murder resumed yesterday at the High Court in Belfast.

Published September 24, 2004



DUP holds out against Agreement

Two days of talks in Belfast this week have again failed to produce the breakthrough which appeared imminent during intensive negotiations last weekend in southern England.

Published September 24, 2004



Family attacked in loyalist feud

A woman who escaped injury with her nine-month-old daughter in a pipe bomb attack in Derry has said they were an easy target.

Published September 24, 2004



An inquiry into Finucane - but what kind?

The following is a statement by Amnesty International Press Release following yesterday’s announcement of an inquiry into the Pat Finucane case.

Published September 24, 2004



FINUCANES THREATENS INQUIRY BOYCOTT

An announcement by the British government of a secretive inquiry into the murder of Belfast defence lawyer Pat Finucane has fuelled fears that a long-standing cover-up is set to continue.

Published September 24, 2004



Irish link to Iraq hostage

The brother of the British hostage facing execution in Iraq believes the Irish Government could be the “catalyst” to secure his release.

Published September 24, 2004



No prizes on offer for isolating Sinn Féin

(for the Sunday Business Post)

Some brave soul recently sprayed: ‘‘A’ company, 3rd battalion IRA defunct’ on the wall of the library at Ardoyne.

Published September 21, 2004



Daphne Trimble in election challenge

The wife of Ulster Unionist Party leader David Trimble is to try to unseat Paisleyite and former UUP rebel Jeffrey Donaldson at the next Westminster election.

Published September 21, 2004



At Last

At last, the DUP has been smoked out, fundamentalist unionism exposed to the world.

Published September 21, 2004

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