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Fears of cover-up over RTÉ backhanders

forbestubridy.jpg There have been calls for a criminal investigation into Ireland’s state-run broadcaster amid a scandal over secret kickback payments to media figures believed to have been worth €50 million euro.

Published June 29, 2023

Martin’s NATO push backfires

martinnatoforum.jpg Proposals for Irish membership of military alliances by the coalition government in Dublin have been overwhelmingly rejected by the Irish people.

Published June 29, 2023

This bill ‘extinguishes hope’

bidenmckennathompson.jpg A letter by Belfast mother Rosemary McKenna-Thompson to US President Joe Biden, calling on him to consider the impact of Britain’s ‘Bill of Shame’ ending investigations into its war crimes in the North of Ireland.

Published June 29, 2023

Top Tory holds talks with loyalist leaders

hoareuff.jpg A senior Tory MP has been accused of holding secret talks with loyalist paramilitaries in an effort to buy off the terror gangs.

Published June 22, 2023

Innocent nurse becomes prop for PSNI smear

psnipangolins.jpg A civil action is to be taken against the PSNI for a shocking experience endured by a woman in Derry in what may have been an attempt to generate a lurid anti-republican headline.

Published June 22, 2023

Unionist hypocrisy marches on

flagswestlink.jpg The anti-nationalist and anti-Catholic bigotry of the unionist political establishment has ramped up as their marching season moves towards its climax next month.

Published June 22, 2023

Dublin reluctant to push for unity

varadkarinterview.jpg Sinn Féin has rejected a claim by 26 County Taoiseach Leo Varadkar that a border poll should be avoided as it could be defeated.

Published June 22, 2023

Call for human rights action over legacy Bill

legacyprotest.jpg The 26 County government has a moral and legal obligation to take an international case against Britain if the Tory government’s effort to end investigations into its war crimes becomes law, a protest has heard.

Published June 22, 2023

New push to end internment

endinternmentposter.jpg A prisoners’ welfare group has launched a campaign to highlight the effective internment of Irish republican prisoners who are spending years in jails on both sides of the border without going to trial.

Published June 22, 2023

Anger as Britain moves to shut down active legacy cases

chhnio.jpg Sinn Féin has labelled the timing of the amendments to British legacy legislation, currently making its way through Westminster parliament, as “cynical” and said it will “slam the door shut on victims” of the conflict.

Published June 15, 2023

Torture apology ‘not enough’

hoodedmenapology.jpg Some of the ‘Hooded Men’ who received a PSNI apology for their torture this week have dismissed it as “too little, too late” or rejected it outright.

Published June 15, 2023

Huge opposition to police’s inquest delay strategy

seanbrownfamily1200.jpg British state agencies have been called out for delaying the release of information about the murder of County Derry man Sean Brown so an inquest cannot be completed.

Published June 15, 2023

Volunteer accused of informing exonerated by IRA

seamuskearneybrother.jpg An IRA Volunteer killed after he was accused of being an informer by the IRA’s internal security unit was later exonerated, the victim’s brother has revealed.

Published June 15, 2023

Family fears inquest could be halted

topper.jpg The family of a Catholic man killed by loyalists almost 30 years ago believe they will never find out the truth after the British government revealed plans to end inquests.

Published June 15, 2023

South Armagh remembers its heroes

mullaghbawn23.jpg Sinn Féin MP John Finucane responded to criticism of his participation in the annual commemoration for the IRA South Armagh Volunteers with a powerful and dignified speech in which he defended “the right to remember, and the right to commemorate”.

Published June 15, 2023

Torture victims receive PSNI apology

hoodedmen1200.jpg The Hooded Men have received an apology from the PSNI over their treatment after they were interned more than 50 years ago.

Published June 13, 2023

Focus on commemoration a distraction

mullaghbawn.jpg Unionists are piling pressure on Sinn Féin MP John Finucane to withdraw from a commemoration of IRA Volunteers who died in the conflict as part of their unending campaign to depict Irish resistance to British rule as “terrorism”.

Published June 8, 2023

Saoradh condemns use of child informers amid Derry clashes

ballymagroarty.jpg Saoradh representatives in Derry have been contacted by concerned parents following revelations that young people between the ages of 13-16 have been working as what has been termed “Juvenile Covert Human Intelligence Sources”.

Published June 8, 2023

Video captures harsh reality of loyalist gangs

taxi.jpg A shocking video of a taxi driver believed by the PSNI police to be an ‘enforcer’ for drug deals by the East Belfast UVF has brought attention to their failure to tackle loyalist crime.

Published June 8, 2023

Partition’s tombstone is delivered

tombstone.jpg After years of wrangling, unionists have said a monument to the partition of Ireland will be placed at the Stormont Assembly buildings later this summer, despite it being condemned by nationalists as a testament to a century of bloody division and conflict.

Published June 8, 2023


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