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Truth demanded on tenth anniversary of Saville Report

savillecameroncrowd.jpg One of the organisers of the original Bloody Sunday march has said the report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry did not get to the full truth of the massacre.

Published June 19, 2020

‘Don’t despair’, urges McDonald, as Martin set to become Taoiseach

martinmcdonaldcoal.jpg Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has urged voters to “not give in” following a decision by the parliamentary parties of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and the Green Party to support the formation of a coalition government in Dublin which would see FF leader Micheál Martin become the next Taoiseach.

Published June 16, 2020

Party leaders propose coalition deal

After four months of negotiation, a proposed Programme for Government between Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and the Green Party could give the 26 County state the largest right-wing government it has seen for decades.

Published June 15, 2020

End British export of rubber bullets

plasticbulletsmural.jpg There has been a surge of pressure for an end to Britain’s trade in plastic and rubber bullets following disturbing scenes of serious injuries to Black Lives Matter protestors in the US.

Published June 12, 2020

Repression in Derry ‘ignored’ by new campaign

judemccrory.jpg The chairperson of Saoradh in Derry has called on those protesting against racism and oppression around the world to address the issues of discrimination and repression in Ireland.

Published June 12, 2020

Gerrymander quashed after court upholds appeal

newwestminstercons.jpg An attempt by the Boundary Commission in the north of Ireland to drastically reshape constituencies has been declared unlawful by the Court of Appeal in Belfast.

Published June 12, 2020

Broad appeal for help to bring closure to grieving family

jeansmythcampbell.jpg The family of a young west Belfast woman shot dead almost 50 years ago have appealed for members of the public who may have information to contact them, including former IRA Volunteers or former members of the British Crown Forces.

Published June 12, 2020

Paramilitary flag seen in new soccer strip

linfielduvf.jpg The daughter of a loyalist murder victim has called for a Belfast soccer club to withdraw a new kit which has the same colours and a similar design to the flag used by the paramilitary group which killed her father

Published June 12, 2020

Republican prisoners in solidarity fast

portaoiseflag600.jpg Irish republican prisoners at Portaoise have this Friday, June 12, begun a 72 hour fast in support of Basque prisoners and political prisoners around the world. They have issued the following statement.

Published June 12, 2020

Malachy McAllister deported from US

malachymcallisterfamily.jpg A former Irish political prisoner who fought deportation for over two decades after fleeing loyalist death threats with his family is believed to have been put on a plane back to Ireland by US authorities.

Published June 10, 2020

‘Hierarchy of victims’ may be used for payment scheme

brandonlewis.jpg The British government once again stands accused of reneging on its commitments after it insisted on a legal definition of a victim which would exclude thousands of nationalists and republicans.

Published June 5, 2020

Anti-racism protests across Ireland

blmdublin.jpg More than 5,000 people gathered on the streets of Dublin on Monday afternoon as demonstrations too place around the world in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter campaign.

Published June 5, 2020

‘No more delays’ - why must family wait until 2059?

paulwhitters.jpg A woman who wasn’t even born when her big brother was killed by a plastic bullet in Derry says she wants to know why a secret file into his death has to remain closed until she is nearly 80 years old.

Published June 5, 2020

Sinn Féin speak to Irish America, English Queen

oneilladams.jpg Former Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has called upon Irish-American supporters to begin lobbying for a referendum on the unification of Ireland.

Published June 5, 2020

Prisoners’ campaigner remembered on fortieth anniversary

johnturnley.jpg Tributes have been paid to former British soldier John Turnley who campaigned for Irish republican prisoners before being shot dead by a loyalist paramilitary death squad linked to the British Army’s SAS regiment.

Published June 5, 2020

Gaelic blessing could be political statement, says church

churchjudge.jpg The Church of England has been accused of anti-Irish racism after it refused to allow an Irish language inscription on a gravestone on the basis that Gaelic ‘can cause intense feelings’.

Published June 5, 2020

Who killed Seamus Ludlow?

ludlowbaty.jpg On the day it emerged that the most senior British military figure linked to the killing has died, an Irish court has served to maintain an official cover-up of the murder of Louth man Seamus Ludlow.

Published May 29, 2020

No explanation for militarised raids, arrests

raidderry.jpg A violent Crown Force operation to arrest four Derry men ended with all four being released without a single shred of evidence being put forward, according to the men’s lawyers.

Published May 29, 2020

IRA questions dominate interviews for SF leaders

interviewsindo.jpg As part of a newspaper interview, Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has said the IRA’s armed struggle was “justified” and there is “every chance” she would have taken up arms during the conflict.

Published May 29, 2020

Dysfunction on show as lockdowns break down

varadkarshirtcummings.jpg The Six Counties currently have the highest rate of transmission of the coronavirus in either Britain or Ireland but is facing a new danger this week as lockdowns weaken on both sides of the border.

Published May 29, 2020


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