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British soldiers gloat over massacre

hereford.jpg Former members of the British Crown Forces have been sharing photographs of the assassinated IRA Volunteers of Loughgall and gloating about how they held “parties” in the van in which three of the martyrs were killed, it has emerged.

Published May 12, 2018



Loughgall documents point to war crime

loughgall600.jpg Members of the IRA unit shot dead in a British Army ambush at Loughgall had been under surveillance for weeks, it was confirmed this week.

Published May 12, 2018



Cancer test victim says ‘government should go’

tonyobrien2.jpg The resignation this week of the head of the 26 County Health Service Executive (HSE) has added to demands for full accountability in a scandal over cut-rate cancer testing and a subsequent cover-up which has claimed the lives of 17 women.

Published May 12, 2018



Theresa May makes it up

maypoppies.jpg There has been a furious response to a statement by British Prime Minister Theresa May to her own parliament which deliberately misrepresented official figures on policing and claimed “the only people being investigated” are members of the Crown Forces.

Published May 12, 2018



Support for Tony Taylor after parole hearing is postponed

tonytaylorderry.jpg Unionists have lashed out at the 26 County Minister for Foreign Affairs after he raised the two-year internment of republican prisoner Tony Taylor in the Dublin parliament.

Published May 12, 2018



Unionists see red after team protests British anthem

cliftonvilleanthem.jpg The sectarian nature of the unionist-dominated Irish Football Association (IFA) has been highlighted by its playing of ‘God Save the Queen’ at the start of the association’s cup final.

Published May 12, 2018



Lives of Irish women sold out by the state

vickyphelan.jpg A dodgy deal for cut-price cancer tests and a subsequent cover-up wrecked the health of hundreds of Irish women over the past decade, with 17 deaths attributed to the scandal.

Published May 5, 2018



Bomb alerts in Derry as PSNI face reprisals over raids

strandroadalert.jpg Amid rapidly escalating tensions in Derry, three hoax bomb alerts have taken place, with two of them directed at the homes of members of the PSNI police and their parents.

Published May 5, 2018



UVF claim 1971 Ballymurphy murders

ballymurphyvictims2.jpg Claims that a deceased unionist paramilitary may have been responsible for the deaths of victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre have been treated with scepticism by the relatives of those who died.

Published May 5, 2018



Plastic bullet killing to remain classified until 2059

paulwhitters.jpg The mother of a teenager killed by a plastic bullet fired by the RUC (now PSNI) police 37 years ago has hit out at British state secrecy after it emerged that files on his murder are to remain under wraps for another 41 years.

Published May 5, 2018



Efforts to tackle unionist internet hate

buntingfrogs.jpg An independent unionist councillor has drawn attention to the problem of unchecked hate speech by unionist politicians with an egregious and ridiculous attempt to insult Irish nationalists.

Published May 5, 2018



A new chapter for the Basque struggle

adamsbasque.jpg Former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has spoken of “a historic moment” in the Basque peace process after the ETA armed group announced a definitive end to the organisation.

Published May 5, 2018



Sinn Fein win West Tyrone by-election

orfhlaithelected.jpg Sinn Fein has retained its Westminster seat for the West Tyrone constituency after 26-year-old solicitor Orfhlaith Begley polled over 16,000 votes for the party in Thursday’s by-election.

Published May 4, 2018



Sinn Fein accused of ‘political oppression’

doorrammed.jpg The PSNI have taken to using saws and battering rams in raids on the homes of republican activists in Derry following appeals by Sinn Fein for “tangible action” against armed groups in the city.

Published April 28, 2018



McDonald ends Derry name campaign with one word

londonderry.jpg Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald has provoked outrage among republicans after she deliberately used the plantation name “Londonderry” for Derry at an event in the city on Wednesday.

Published April 28, 2018



Sinn Fein helps unionist to win Senate seat

mcdonaldmarshall.jpg Sinn Fein has helped a unionist farmer who opposes the party’s main Brexit policy get elected to the Dublin parliament’s upper chamber, the Seanad.

Published April 28, 2018



Token border visit mocked as Brexit ‘solution’ could be postponed

davisborder.jpg Britain’s ‘Brexit’ Minister was secretly parachuted in and out of Ireland for a photo-opportunity at the border this week in a humiliating exercise for the British Crown.

Published April 28, 2018



Inquest helps brings closure to family of Marian Brown

marianbrown2.jpg A seventeen-year-old girl was pointlessly shot dead by a British soldier while she hugged her boyfriend, a coroner has confirmed.

Published April 28, 2018



Church attacked as DUP reach out to West Tyrone voters

graffitibegly.jpg A bizarre graffiti attack at St Colmcille’s Church, Carrickmore, County Tyrone is being linked to next Thursday’s by-election to the Westminster parliament in the West Tyrone constituency.

Published April 28, 2018



Britain launches ‘Border Force’

customs.jpg A new ‘Border Force’ recruitment drive is being seen as the latest sign that the British government is planning to impose a hard border across Ireland after Brexit, and the manner of its implementation is in line with the extreme right-wing policies of the British government’s Home Office.

Published April 21, 2018

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