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Brexit ‘crunch time’ for Taoiseach on Saturday but he’s keeping Irish public in the dark, says Gerry Adams

26 April 2017

‘The Taoiseach gave a commitment in March to set out the Government priorities ahead of the EU summit’ Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 27

8 August 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 27 newspaper, first published 8th August 1914. Free article

Derrylin and the price of freedom

7 August 2014

Jim Gibney, who proposed the idea of standing Bobby Sands in the Fermanagh and South Tyrone by-election, was at last Sunday’s hunger strike march in Fermanagh and in this feature he recalls the year of 1981 Free article

John Bruton denigrates men and women of 1916, says Gerry Adams

7 August 2014

Ex-Taoiseach and former Fine Gael leader John Bruton is on a crusade to revive Redmondism that denigrates the men and women – Gerry Adams Free article

Video – National Hunger Strike Rally

6 August 2014

Irish republicans from across Ireland and abroad joined with the families of the 1981 H-Blocks Hunger Strike martyrs in Derrylin, County Fermanagh, to remember the 33rd anniversary of the 1981 Hunger Strike in Long Kesh. Free article

National Hunger Strike commemoration, Derrylin, Sunday 3 August 2014

5 August 2014

The thousands of republicans who marched through the County Fermanagh village of Derrylin on Sunday 3 August were not only remembering the sacrifice of the 1981 H Block hunger strikers they were also demonstrating their support for the Palestinian people and their struggle for freedom. Free article

The Irish Volunteer – Volume 1 - Number 26

2 August 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 26 newspaper, first published 1st August 1914. Free article

Gaza – 5 things you can do

1 August 2014

'Don't be silent – be active' Sinn Féin leaflet campaign Free article

Thousands expected at NATO summit protests in Wales

1 August 2014

More than 100 organisations have now backed a statement calling for a week of protests starting on 30 August issued by ‘No NATO Newport’, a coalition of Welsh anti-war, anti-cuts, trade union, community and faith groups Free article

UDA parade and memorial to sectarian killers spark anger on Ormeau Road

1 August 2014

Parades Commission and Housing Executive challenged over roles Free article

The Kilcoole gun-running

1 August 2014

One of the least known but most important gunrunning operations in Irish history took place in Kilcoole, County Wicklow on 1 August 1914. It arose from an initiative taken in early 1914 by Michael, The O'Rahilly, Director of Arms of the recently formed Irish Volunteers, in conjunction with Erskine Childers, Sir Roger Casement and other prominent nationalists. Free article

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An initiative for dialogue 

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Contributions from key figures in the churches, academia and wider civic society as well as senior republican figures

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