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Welfare cuts a blow to Protestant and Catholic families, says Gerry Adams

2 September 2014

In an article in Tuesday’s ‘Irish News’, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD outlines Sinn Féin’s opposition to welfare cuts and says they should be opposed by a united Executive Free article

Video - Dublin IRA Volunteer 'who did not stand idly by' remembered

19 July 2014

Members of Patrick's family took part in the commemoration including his brother-in-law Ciarán O'Moore who was recently elected to Dublin City Council for the Clontarf ward. Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 24

18 July 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 24 newspaper, first published 18th July 1914. Free article

Dáil stands in solidarity with Gaza

17 July 2014

Widespread support across Parliament to call by Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams Free article

Thatcherite welfare cuts put parades into perspective

17 July 2014

Tory welfare cuts will adversely affect the lives of all our citizens, regardless of religious or political affiliation. United leadership is now required from every party against welfare cuts Free article

Gaza 'ceasefire' an ultimatum, not an agreement

16 July 2014

‘Ceasefire’ not negotiated but presented by Egypt and Israel to Palestinians on a ‘take it or leave it’ basis Free article

Newry vigil for Gaza

16 July 2014

‘We have all had to give up some of our time to be here tonight but let’s compare that to the 58-second warning a Palestinian family might have that their home is about to be attacked’ – Conor Murphy MP Free article

Belfast City Hall Gaza rally hears 'boycott Israeli goods' calls

16 July 2014

Shoppers urged to shun produce with barcodes beginning with numbers 729 Free article

Mile-long Belfast solidarity vigil by 1,000 for #GazaUnderAttack

15 July 2014

Falls Road white-line picket rallies support for Palestine Free article

Fine Gael and Labour ‘big plan to halt rise of Sinn Féin’

14 July 2014

Ministers picked because of geography rather than priority or ability Free article

Video – Orange Order parade bands break rulings and clash with police

14 July 2014

Bandsmen insisted on playing music passing St Patrick’s Catholic Church Free article

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