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Barbaric Brits threaten kids

psnibyrne.jpg The chief of the PSNI police is under pressure to resign after proposing one of the most inhumane public control strategies of any Crown Force leader in the past 50 years, the removal and detention of innocent nationalist children.

Published September 7, 2019



Westminster election on standby as opposition takes control

mogglying.jpg The political parties in the North have put themselves on a general election footing as continuing manoeuvres over Brexit at Westminster mean that a poll may not take place until the end of November.

Published September 7, 2019



CIRA claim bomb attacks

ciraswedish.jpg A Continuity IRA spokesman has claimed responsibility for recent bomb attacks in north Armagh and south Fermanagh, warning that more attacks are imminent as it has “regrouped and rearmed”.

Published September 7, 2019



Contest for post of Sinn Féin Deputy Leader

oneillodowd.jpg Former Stormont education minister and Upper Bann Assembly member John O’Dowd has said he is to run for the party’s deputy leader’s job. The post is currently held by Mid-Ulster Assembly member and former Six County Agricuture and Health Minister Michelle O’Neill.

Published September 7, 2019



Tories please DUP allies by rolling back equality measure

queenpics.jpg In a u-turn demanded by unionists, photos of the English queen have once again been hung on the walls of government offices in the north of Ireland, two years after being removed.

Published September 7, 2019



British 1972 memo called for poll to ‘escape’ from border

britisharmyborder.jpg A secret memo written by a British Army general during the early years of the current conflict refers to Britain needing to find a way to “gradually escape” from its involvement in the north of Ireland.

Published September 7, 2019



Election looms as Tory MPs abandon Johnson

johnson.jpg Amid continuing political turmoil at Westminster, Boris Johnson’s control of the Brexit agenda has slipped along with his parliamentary majority tonight.

Published September 3, 2019



Tories dispense with democracy

johnsondictator.jpg The far-right Brexit ‘war cabinet’ under unelected Prime Minister Boris Johnson has edged closer to outright fascism after it secured a royal order to shut down the Westminster parliament in London for over a month.

Published August 30, 2019



British police to be sent into Brexit front line

metcops.jpg English and Scottish police could be sent into conflict situations in the north of Ireland after Brexit, it has emerged.

Published August 30, 2019



New revelations of large-scale child abuse

mountbottom.jpg Two Fermanagh women have said they were abused by members of the anti-Catholic Orange Order when they were children and that the Order has covered it up. They say their abusers are “powerful men” and that the Orange Order has “protected them”.

Published August 30, 2019



British soldier in court over McAnespie killing

mcanespie600.jpg A former British soldier accused of killing Aidan McAnespie more than 30 years ago has appeared in court.

Published August 30, 2019



PSNI and courts seen defending loyalist paramilitaries

somervillebanner.jpg A man who removed a loyalist hate banner which paid tribute to a sectarian killer has been sent for trial on charges of theft.

Published August 30, 2019



No weighted advantage for unionists in poll - O’Neill

riggedvote.jpg The notion that a weighted majority should be necessary to secure Irish unity in a border poll would “turn democracy on its head”, according to Sinn Féin’s deputy leader.

Published August 30, 2019



Border bomb is Brexit statement

gatebomb.jpg A bomb which exploded less than a mile from the border on Monday has delivered an IRA message about Britain’s plans to reinforce partition as a result of Brexit. The blast was heard on both sides of the border.

Published August 23, 2019



PSNI attack home of grieving family

alxmurphyfuneral.jpg A PSNI raid on the grieving home of a former IRA Volunteer a day after his funeral has sparked considerable anger in west Belfast.

Published August 23, 2019



Irish unification will solve Brexit problems - France

macronjohnson.jpg The French President Emmanuel Macron has said Irish reunification and integration of the entire island in the EU “would solve all the problems” of Brexit, “but it is not up to France”.

Published August 23, 2019



Action against Drugs threatens criminals

aadnewlodge.jpg A vigilante group said to have links to former IRA members has threatened criminals in what it says is an attempt to tackle an epidemic of drugs and anti-social activity in north Belfast.

Published August 23, 2019



Handshake meant Adams was ‘tied into peace process’ - papers

peacehandshake.jpg A famous public handshake by the late 26 County Taoiseach Albert Reynolds with the Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams and the SDLP leader John Hume in Dublin was designed “to tie Adams into a process from which he personally would not be able to escape”, according to previously classified British government files released this week in Belfast.

Published August 23, 2019



Public Services Card deemed illegal

psccard.jpg The findings of a report by the 26 County Data Protection Commissioner into the government’s ‘Public Services Card’ has vindicated the concern of campaigners that it was geared towards a right-wing agenda of control and dehumanisation.

Published August 23, 2019



Derry parades crisis

parabandderry.jpg There have been calls for sectarian parades to be banned from Derry after an inflammatory display by a loyalist flute band led to three nights of serious disorder this week.

Published August 17, 2019

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