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Ulster Unionist icon quoted by Gerry Adams at North Belfast community engagement meeting

28 November 2014

‘In this island we cannot live always separated from one another. We are too small to be apart or for the Border to be there for all time. The change will not come in my time but it will come’ – James Craig, Stormont Prime Minister, 1921-1940 Free article

MEPs’ tribute to Bairbre de Brún’s work on climate change and Palestine

6 May 2012

Bairbre steps down as MEP for personal reasons Free article

Killing 21 civilians by Israeli troops was ‘not a war crime’ – says Israeli Army

2 May 2012

Israeli military advocate general finds the accusations of war crimes 'groundless' Free article

Austerity's FG poster boys – new colour but same old Lisbon li(n)es

2 May 2012

Fine Gael's posters – a different colour but same message as Lisbon, says Robbie Smyth Free article

Anti-Treaty Diary, May 1st – Fine Gael's frighteners

1 May 2012

A sideways look at the Austerity Treaty campaign Free article

Labour and Fine Gael ‘running scared’ of Austerity Treaty debate

1 May 2012

Labour and Fine Gael reps refuse public platform to answer campaign for a 'NO' vote Free article

Belfast: Multicultural Family Fun Day – Saturday 5 May

30 April 2012

Family event to promote trade unions among migrant workers Free article

McGuinness to question future of NIO and British Secretary of State for North

30 April 2012

The deputy First Minister tells the London School of Economics the removal of the NIO and the Secretary of State position and the transfer of remaining powers ‘would be a massive vote of confidence in our political institutions and the Peace Process’ Free article

Montana county joins growing list supporting united Ireland

30 April 2012

Proclamation circulated amongst legislatures and organisations in the US supports a united Ireland as provided for under the Good Friday Agreement Free article

Location, location, location: From Divis Flats to the London Olympics

29 April 2012

Londoners alarmed by plan to place missiles on top of apartment building during Olympics – but remember the Divis Flats British Army base? Free article

Red C poll sees Sinn Féin consolidate as main challenger to austerity

28 April 2012

Sinn Féin up to 19% in latest opinion poll, ahead of Fianna Fáil and Labour Free article

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