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Michael Devine

20 August 2014

On the death of INLA Volunteer Michael Devine at 12 minutes to eight on Thursday 20 August 1981, his brother-in-law, Frankie McCauley, said: “One thinks, ‘Ten men, how many more have to die? We have ours now over us. Next week it will be big Laurence’s people waiting for the same thing. Then the Devlins after that and another boy will go on hunger strike and another. They’ll never break them.’” Free article

Grassroots unionist voters agree with Sinn Féin on day-to-day issues – poll

28 April 2011

GRASSROOTS UNIONIST VOTERS have discovered they share the views of Sinn Féin on day-to-day policy issues, a Belfast Telegraph poll has revealed.

The results came in the latest phase of the Telegraph’s ‘True Colours’ online survey, in which people from Belfast and Derry have been taking the test.

Participants are asked to support, oppose or remain neutral on a series of policy... Free article

Two new senators for Sinn Féin congratulated by Martin McGuinness

28 April 2011

SINN FEIN MP for Mid-Ulster Martin McGuinness has congratulated the party’s new Seanad members, Trevor Ó Clochartaigh from Galway and Daivd Culinane from Waterford.

Martin McGuinness said:

The election of Trevor and David to the Seanad brings our Oireactas representation to 16. It is a major advance on our previous strength in Leinster House. We now have significant... Free article

Australian TV forced by British queen to pull satirical wedding coverage

27 April 2011

From ABC News in Australia

For a monarchy to be issuing decrees about how the media should cover them seems quite out of keeping with modern democratic times . . . but I suppose that's exactly what the monarchy is

The Chaser's Chris Taylor says it is an "honour" to be taken off air by the Queen herself

JUST two days before Prince William and Kate Middleton are due to... Free article

An Phoblacht columnist elected to Seanad for Sinn Féin

27 April 2011

AN PHOBLACHT columnist Trevor Ó Clochartaigh has been elected to the Agricultural panel of the Seanad for Sinn Féin.

Speaking from Leinster House, Senator Ó Clochartaigh said:

Today is great day for Sinn Féin in Galway West and I want to thank all those who voted for me throughout the country.

I look forward to playing an important role in Sinn Féin’s enlarged Leinster House... Free article

European republicans head to London for royal wedding weekend

27 April 2011

From Britain's Republic website

REPUBLICANS from across Europe will meet in London on the day after the royal wedding for the second Convention of the Alliance of European Republican Movements (AERM).

The Convention will be hosted by Republic, the British republican campaign, and attended by republicans from all the large European monarchies: Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium,... Free article

Media Republic: Celtic and 'The Fields of Athenry' – The London Times is offside

26 April 2011

NEWS CORPORATION’S Times (of London) newspaper had an interesting article on sectarianism in Scottish football last Saturday, 23rd April.

Magnus Linklater, writing in the aftermath of parcel bombs being sent to Celtic manager Neil Lennon as well as QC Paul McBride and retiring MSP Trish Godman, told Times readers of the “wall of noise” at soccer matches between Celtic and... Free article

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