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February 15, 2024

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World leaders complicit in Israel’s crimes

israelcrimes.jpg Palestinians are at the end of the queue when it comes to international law, according to the Motasem A Dalloul of Middle East Monitor.

Published February 15, 2024

Perfidious Albion and the trashing of the GFA

donaldsonchh.jpg You’ve read this judgement by General de Gaulle here before but it’s worth reminding you of it again: “For England there is no alliance which holds, nor any treaty that’s valued, nor any truth which counts.”

Published February 15, 2024

A border poll is a case of when, not if

borderpollsf.jpg There won’t be a border poll tomorrow, but Northern Ireland is closer to a vote than it has ever been before. It is not a case of if the people of Northern Ireland go to the polls – it’s a case of when.

Published February 8, 2024

We will speak up for Palestinians

gazabodies.jpg Sinn Féin will show up for Palestinians in its St Patrick’s Day visit to Washington, writes the party’s First Minister-designate Michelle O’Neill.

Published February 1, 2024

Blame for stand-off lies squarely with inept Heaton-Harris

heatonharris1200.jpg Chris Heaton-Harris has been a complete and utter failure in office. The DUP are laughing up their sleeves at him.

Published January 18, 2024

2024 State Papers

statepapers1200.jpg A round-up of previously classified state papers which were released over the New Year.

Published January 4, 2024

New Year statements

2024.jpg A round-up of the statements issed to mark the New Year by Sinn Féin and republican groups across Ireland.

Published January 4, 2024

The DUP is not a normal political party

donaldsonhillsborough.jpg Some people may have expected the DUP to fold and agree before Christmas to resurrect the Stormont administration. Those who held that expectation did so because they believe mistakenly that the DUP is a normal political party.

Published December 21, 2023

A horrible year for the PSNI

bmca.jpg It was hard to think of a way that the PSNI’s year could have gotten worse, but somehow they managed it this week.

Published December 14, 2023

Britain’s smokescreen for Israel’s ethnic cleansing

gazababy.jpg In 1917, the British government announced its support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine. After leaving in 1948, Britain kept a foothold on nearby Cyprus from where it now helps Israel bomb Gaza. Now, Britain is secretly backing Israel’s complete takeover of Palestine.

Published December 7, 2023

Why the silence from some on Sean Brown?

seanbrownflat.jpg Over half a century after the civil rights movement, the PSNI appears to be protecting secret agents who are apparently immune from prosecution.

Published December 7, 2023

The 1923 hunger strike

barrysullivan.jpg An account of the largest republican hunger strike in Irish history at the end of the Civil War, by Kilmainham Tales.

Published November 30, 2023

Dublin is broken

dublinriot3.jpg Dublin is gripped by an edginess and an utter disillusionment amongst some younger men who will kick off when the spark ignites.

Published November 30, 2023

Moving the goalposts

supermajority.jpg Since its creation over a century ago, we have been told that the North is part of the Union because that is the wish of a majority of its population.

Published November 9, 2023

Legacy and legalising lawlessness

charlescamilla2.jpg Britain’s King Charles was on a state visit to Kenya this week expressing “greatest sorrow” and “deepest regret for the wrongdoings of the past”, but not apologising.

Published November 9, 2023

History of solidarity: Why Ireland stands out

gazaprotestbelfast.jpg A background to Ireland’s strong support for the Palestinian people.

Published November 2, 2023

My family are trapped in Gaza

humzagaza.jpg Nadia El-Nakla, wife of Scotland’s First Minister Humza Yousef, has said her family are among those trapped in Gaza in desperate conditions with only salt water to drink.

Published October 19, 2023

Bryson has access republicans would never be granted

bryson1200.jpg Jamie Bryson’s journey into the heart of the British political establishment is staggering.

Published October 19, 2023

Get this straight – Palestinians aren’t sub-human

gazabombed1023.jpg Dehumanisation of Palestinians is as central to Israel’s war strategy as the deadly missiles it wields.

Published October 12, 2023

How Lough Neagh was stolen

neaghshaftesbury.jpg Lough Neagh was snatched in the early 17th century, with English titled families claiming ownership of a large share of the body of water.

Published October 5, 2023