Tom Hayden RIP – An incalculable loss to the struggle for civil rights, justice and freedom

25 October 2016

Tom Hayden’s involvement in the civil rights movement in the US is legendary: his was the voice of a new generation which opposed the war in Vietnam and espoused radical politics and challenged prejudice, discrimination and justice, both domestically and internationally Free article

Corporate manslaughter laws tabled by Sinn Féin in Senate

26 April 2013

The death of a person caused by gross negligence to be classified as ‘corporate manslaughter’ and carry a penalty of up to 12 years’ imprisonment, a fine, or both Free article

Gerry Adams congratulates jailed Basque leader Arnaldo Otegi on Gernika Peace Prize

26 April 2013

The former leader of the outlawed Basque independence party Batasuna was jailed in 2011 for 10 years on a charge of trying to rebuild Batasuna Free article

Judge to see secret Whitehall papers next week on Finucane killing collusion

26 April 2013

David Cameron’s security advisor said: ‘In terms of allegations of British state ‘collusion’ with loyalist paramilitaries, this is the big one’ Free article

Anti-austerity students turn their backs on Taoiseach in Louth photo-call

26 April 2013

Enda Kenny left red-faced as students shun him during DkIT visit Free article

Video: Taoiseach under pressure from Mary Lou McDonald in Dáil about banker bonanza

25 April 2013

Vincent Browne said Mary Lou had a "really interesting exchange" in this questioning of Enda Kenny about the Government not challenging the cap-busting pay of Bank of Ireland CEO Richie Boucher Free article

Video: David Cullinane on Waterford Crystal workers' win at European Court

25 April 2013

European Court of Justice verdict rules that Irish Government failed to ensure workers' pensions were protected after Waterford Crystal went bankrupt Free article

Sinn Féin Republican Youth fly the flag in City Hall debate

25 April 2013

Sinn Féin Republican Youth activists took part in the first cross-party youth debate in the council chamber of Belfast City Hall this week – and it was a lively affair Free article

FG/Labour Finance Minister bottles it on big banker pay at AGM

24 April 2013

Minister Michael Noonan holds a 15% stake in BoI on behalf of taxpayer but will sit on it when it comes to the Bank of Ireland AGM vote and abstain Free article

Campaigners battle to protect historic Moore Street's 1916 legacy

21 April 2013

Protesters call for the preservation of last headquarters of 1916 leaders Free article

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Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

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