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Historic civil rights march remembered

civilrights50sf.jpg Events have been taking place in Derry to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1968 civil rights’ march, which some consider to have been the start of the recent conflict in Ireland.

Published October 6, 2018

Roof raised as marchers take Dublin

raisetheroof2.jpg Up to 20,000 people, of all ages and from across the country, gathered at a rally outside the Dublin parliament on Wednesday demanding an end to the housing crisis.

Published October 6, 2018

Pat Finucane murder linked to MI5’s ‘licence to kill’

cameronfinucanemi5.jpg MI5 authorised its agents and informers to kill targets and commit other crimes under a secret policy which operated throughout the conflict in Ireland and continued until at least 2012, an investigative powers tribunal in London has heard.

Published October 6, 2018

New Lodge investigation ordered

newlodge6600.jpg A decision to order a new investigation into the killing of six men in north Belfast 45 years ago has been widely welcomed.

Published October 6, 2018

Not-so-covert spying operations

operative.jpg Aggressive house raids on republicans in North and West Belfast were followed by an open attempt to bug the family home and car of one of the victims, as British intelligence operations become increasingly public in the face of smart phone technology.

Published October 6, 2018

No compensation for Bloody Sunday

michaelquinn.jpg A damages payment to a survivor of the British Army’s Bloody Sunday massacre is being seen as a step towards the goal of achieving real justice for the victims, rather than compensation.

Published September 29, 2018

Brexit ‘a matter of life and death’

stephenpound.jpg A British Labour MP has broken the silence of the mainstream media over the consequences of Brexit in terms of the remilitarisation of the border through Ireland.

Published September 29, 2018

Time for Truth brings campaign to Stormont

timefortruthdocuments.jpg Victims and survivors of the recent conflict in the north of Ireland travelled to Stormont this week as part of the ‘Time for Truth’ campaign and submitted 6000 responses to the British government’s consultation on ‘Addressing the Legacy of the Past in the North’.

Published September 29, 2018

Loyalist attacks go unchecked in Antrim

maskedloyalists.jpg Loyalists paramilitary organisations have been involved in brutal attacks in County Antrim amid violent wrangling over local control and the proceeds of crime.

Published September 29, 2018

DUP ‘accountable but not responsible’

fosterpaisley.jpg Two unionist-controlled councils donated thousands of pounds to the DUP’s Ian Paisley in the latest financial scandal to hit the party and its already disgraced MP for North Antrim.

Published September 29, 2018

Murphy refuses to acknowledge housing disaster

eoghanmurphydail.jpg Acts of civil disobedience are set to continue after rallies across Ireland and a motion of no confidence in the Dail failed to remove the Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, over his failure to tackle an escalating housing crisis.

Published September 29, 2018

May heads for the cliff

maybrexitpeech.jpg An aggressive and staunchly unionist speech has increased fears that British Prime Minister Theresa May is prepared to ignore warnings and crash Britain out of the European Union early next year.

Published September 22, 2018

British military demand secrecy for Irish operations

barmy2018.jpg The British Ministry of Defence (MoD) has sought to block a ruling ordering it to release information about its ongoing operations in the Six Counties.

Published September 22, 2018

Loyalist fires gun in the New Lodge

rsfinjured.jpg A loyalist drug dealer became embroiled in a row in the nationalist New Lodge area and attempted to shoot local youths, according to the Irish Republican Socialist Party, who have urged communities to “take the power back”.

Published September 22, 2018

PSNI ‘routinely’ abusing children in searches

boysearch.jpg The father of a 14-year-old boy has spoken out after the PSNI targeted his son under ‘terror’ legislation.

Published September 22, 2018

Further collusion suspected over missing notebook

psninotes.jpg There are renewed concerns over collusion after it emerged that a notebook containing details of republicans -- including their names, addresses and car number plates -- has been “lost” by the PSNI police in a UDA stronghold.

Published September 22, 2018

Day of action on housing

tbtcprotest.jpg Housing activists are today [Saturday] holding a national day of action to highlight Ireland’s housing crisis amid increased repression by the 26 County police.

Published September 22, 2018

Recall petition fails to unseat Ian Paisley

recallresult.jpg At the end of six weeks of campaigning, an official petition of recall to remove DUP MP Ian Paisley over corruption allegations has fallen just short of the number required.

Published September 20, 2018


fourgang2.jpg Over a thousand people marched in Dublin on Wednesday after the new Garda Commissioner colluded with hired thugs in an attempt to suppress opposition to the government’s housing policy.

Published September 15, 2018

A shocking exposition as Ballymurphy massacre inquest advances

ballymurphyinquest0918.jpg An outpouring of emotion at the broadcast of a new documentary has inspired hope that justice is finally within reach for the victims of an infamous British Army killing spree.

Published September 15, 2018


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