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‘Hooded man’ Hannaway among victims of juryless injustice

hannawayjailed.jpg There have been calls for the non-jury Special Criminal Court in Dublin to be shut down after five republicans were jailed on the basis of a 'farcical' statement by a police superintendent and surveillance evidence which had been deemed illegal.

Published August 4, 2018

Protests over prison assault

maghaberryprotest1808.jpg A flash protest took place outside Maghaberry prison on Thursday after warders attacked prisoners 48 hours earlier.

Published August 4, 2018

Church attacked as tensions continue

udauffchurch.jpg A Catholic church in Limavady, County Derry has been desecrated with loyalist paramilitary slogans as sectarian incidents have continued across the North this summer.

Published August 4, 2018

Protestants ‘must be protected’ in United Ireland


Former DUP leader Peter Robinson has said he believes reunification could happen because of Brexit and has called for a debate on “protections” for the unionist community.

Published July 28, 2018

Campaign grows to block Harris appointment

harrismacgiollaeasbuig.jpg Donegal County Council has passed a motion calling on the Minister for Justice to cancel the appointment of a new head of the 26 County police because of his previous links to British intelligence agencies and his role in shutting down an investigation into state collusion with loyalist paramilitaries.

Published July 28, 2018

‘Political agendas’ protecting alleged mobile shop killers

mobileshop.jpg A suspected British state agent and hitman identified as a triple sectarian killer was never prosecuted because of a cover-up in which the PSNI (then RUC) police simply did not send a file to prosecutors, it has emerged.

Published July 28, 2018

DUP must come clean on Paisley scandal - SF

paisleylanka2.jpg The DUP has come under pressure from Sinn Fein after it appeared to rule out any further sanction against its MP Ian Paisley despite his unprecedented suspension from the Westminster parliament over holidays secretly funded by the Sri Lankan government.

Published July 28, 2018

Union backs miscarriage of justice campaign

rmtcraigavon.jpg One of Britain’s largest unions has passed a motion calling for the conviction of two County Armagh men known as the ‘Craigavon 2’ to be reviewed.

Published July 28, 2018

Mistreatment of two republican prisoners

mcwilliamsconnors.jpg The Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Association has relayed serious cases of abuse of republican prisoners at Maghaberry and Hydebank jails.

Published July 28, 2018

UVF handed PSNI database


In a major incident of potential collusion, elements within the PSNI have passed on to loyalist paramilitaries the details and electronic data of hundreds of people who they have been spying on.

Published July 21, 2018

May disowns backstop deal

mayperfidy.jpg After a chaotic week of u-turns and narrow votes at the Westminster parliament, the British Prime Minister has denounced a previously agreed ‘backstop’ plan to ensure no border checks are introduced across the island of Ireland.

Published July 21, 2018

PSNI quiet as republicans bicker

carfirework.jpg The PSNI police have so far refused to say who they believe was responsible for a firework thrown at the home of Gerry Adams last weekend.

Published July 21, 2018

Special needs school wrecked

vincents.jpg A Catholic-maintained school for special needs pupils has been badly damaged in a sectarian hate crime in east Belfast.

Published July 21, 2018

Disgraced Paisley faces recall push

paisleylankasob.jpg A petition is set to be collected to recall north Antrim MP Ian Paisley following a finding by the Westminster parliament that he improperly accepted holidays from the government of Sri Lanka valued in excess of 100,000 pounds.

Published July 21, 2018

Sinn Fein to run for Aras

michaeld.jpg Sinn Fein is to challenge Michael D Higgins in the upcoming Irish presidential election but has yet to name a candidate for the vote, which is expected to take place in November.

Published July 21, 2018

PSNI raids follow peace rally

sfpeacerally.jpg The homes of republican youths in Derry are currently the focus of a PSNI crackdown following several nights of clashes around a major sectarian parade through the city centre.

Published July 14, 2018

Adams urges attackers to step forward

gerryadamscar.jpg There have been calls for calm after two devices were thrown at the homes of former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams and prominent republican Bobby Storey in Belfast overnight.

Published July 14, 2018

DUP met UVF over bonfires

uvfbonfire.jpg A meeting which took place between the DUP and the unionist paramilitary UVF in the early hours of Wednesday failed to convince the loyalist armed group to lower a giant bonfire, it has emerged.

Published July 14, 2018

Glasgow set to act against sectarian parades

glasgowmarch.jpg A hate attack on a Catholic priest by supporters of an Orange Order parade in Glasgow has caused a major backlash and a call for a blanket ban on the openly sectarian organisation in the city.

Published July 14, 2018

Random MI5 recruitment bid lands man in hospital

johncuddy.jpg A County Tyrone man has described how he was hospitalised after MI5 and PSNI tried to recruit him as an informer.

Published July 14, 2018


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