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February 22, 2024

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Cover-up fears as Glenanne case dropped

reaveybrothers1200.jpg Hopes for justice in the series of over 120 killings carried out by the ‘Glenanne’ gang of Crown Force death squads are fading after it was announced that there will be no prosecution against one of the senior RUC police figures alleged to have been centrally involved.

Published February 22, 2024



Harassment and arrest for peaceful protest

irspstop.jpg Republican activists have been subjected to harassment on issues varying from Palestine to poverty.

Published February 22, 2024



Sectarian objections to Dublin’s cash offer

newcasement.jpg Unionists have been protesting an announcement by the Dublin government of funding for projects in the north of Ireland, with DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson insisting money for infrastructure plans should come from the London government.

Published February 22, 2024



Aggressive recruitment tactics reported

malluskapproach.jpg Both MI5 and the PSNI have approached several republicans in recent weeks in an attempt to boost their tally of informers. Several people have been approached across the north and abroad, according to reports.

Published February 22, 2024



RTE fat cats accused of milking the State

bakhurst.jpg There have been calls for a proper forensic audit of the Irish state broadcaster after it was alleged that millions of euro have been drained from RTE in a free-for-all by those leaving the organisation following recent scandals.

Published February 22, 2024



Former Minister says London ‘running down the clock’ on justice

peterhain1200.jpg Former British Direct Ruler Peter Hain has confirmed that inquests into suspected British war crimes are being “deliberately delayed” until new cover-up legislation kicks in.

Published February 15, 2024



Tory move to silence nationalist rap band

kneecap2.jpg The London government is being challenged over an overtly political decision to withhold music industry funding for Belfast rappers Kneecap.

Published February 15, 2024



Leading Saoradh figure interned

alanlundy1200.jpg Alan Lundy, a member of the Saoradh national executive, has been interned, according to the party. Despite a lack of evidence against him, a court in Belfast ordered him to be detained indefinitely.

Published February 15, 2024



O’Neill in display of support for PSNI

oneillboutcher.jpg Sinn Féin’s Michelle O’Neill has been criticised by republicans after attending a PSNI police graduation ceremony – despite the force’s ongoing involvement in collusion cover-ups and military-style raids in nationalist communities.

Published February 15, 2024



Sinn Féin defends Palestine rally after protest

gazaprotestsf.jpg A number of Palestinian activists were removed from a Sinn Féin ‘Solidarity Rally for Palestine’ event in Belfast over the party’s decision to attend a White House event on St Patrick’s Day.

Published February 15, 2024



No more second-class citizenship

oneillstormont.jpg History was made on Saturday when Michelle O’Neill became the first nationalist First Minister for the Six Counties and banished forever the concept of Stormont being ‘a Protestant parliament for a Protestant people’.

Published February 8, 2024



Pressure for unity as new order seen at Stormont

oneillinterview24.jpg The historic confirmation of Sinn Féin’s Michelle O’Neill as the First Minister in the north of Ireland has pushed a referendum on Irish reunification up the political agenda, and increased speculation that a ‘border poll’ is now only a matter of time.

Published February 8, 2024



Stakeknife’s handlers to avoid prosecution

scappaticcicrowd.jpg The police investigation into the operation of British military agent ‘Stakeknife’ looks set to be a whitewash after it was announced that two British Army handlers of the spy will not face prosecution for their role in his killings.

Published February 8, 2024



Inquest halted by cover-up legislation

patsyduffy1200.jpg The daughter of a Derry man killed by the British Army in 1978 has said she is “sickened to the core” that delays by the British government mean the inquest into his death cannot continue.

Published February 8, 2024



Volley of shots for well-known Volunteer

shotsmckinley.jpg A gunfire salute has taken place in tribute to a former IRA Volunteer and a well known member of the west Belfast community who passed away suddenly last month.

Published February 8, 2024



First Minister’s address at Stormont

oneillspeech.jpg The remarks by First Minister Michelle O’Neill in her inaugural address to the Stormont Assembly on 3rd February 2024.

Published February 8, 2024



Brexit deal clears the way

donaldsonchh.jpg The DUP has secured significant concessions on Brexit and “safeguards” for the Union in return for agreeing to a return of the Stormont Assembly and Executive.

Published February 1, 2024



A ‘historic turning of the wheel’

mcdonaldoneillbrexit.jpg Sinn Féin has denied suggestions that it sought to provoke unionists with a claim by Mary Lou McDonald that a united Ireland is “within touching distance”.

Published February 1, 2024



Bloody Sunday march for Gaza

bloodysundaymarch2024.jpg Thousands of people took part in the annual Bloody Sunday March for Justice, which this year was dedicated to the people of Palestine.

Published February 1, 2024



Nationalism split by St Patrick’s invites

adamseastwood.jpg A decision by the SDLP’s Colum Eastwood not to take part in the annual St Patrick’s Day event at the White House, when a bowl of shamrock is due to be presented to US President Joe Biden as part of the annual event, has piled pressure on other Irish political leaders to stay away.

Published February 1, 2024

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