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Controversial ‘blood and thunder’ loyalist band is victim of sectarian hatred in arson attack, says DUP

23 July 2016

Bus and instruments used by Dervock Young Defenders are destroyed – Sinn Féin MLA condemns attack and calls for ‘across the board’ speaking out against sectarianism Free article

Controversial ‘blood and thunder’ loyalist band is victim of sectarian hatred in arson attack, says DUP

23 July 2016

Bus and instruments used by Dervock Young Defenders are destroyed – Sinn Féin MLA condemns attack and calls for ‘across the board’ speaking out against sectarianism Free article

PSNI inaction on Billy Wright sectarian hate crime banner raised by Relatives for Justice

21 July 2016

Banner with quote mocking killings replaced after public outrage Free article

Prime Minister Theresa May to be challenged by Martin McGuinness to release funding for inquests

20 July 2016

EU Commissioner for Human Rights has also called on the British Government to release finance Free article

Remembering 1981 – ‘Thatcher’s Madness’

19 July 2016

“Never at any other moment in the last 12 years have we witnessed a darker period than these last few months . . .” – An Phoblacht/Republican News, 19 July 1981 Free article

Collusion – Unanswered questions over RUC involvement in UVF attack on Thierafurth Inn

18 July 2016

UVF/RUC death squad allowed to run unchecked in County Down went on to carry out Loughinisland ‘World Cup Massacre’ Free article

Tories in London don’t give a damn about people in the North – unionist or nationalist, says Martin McGuinness

16 July 2016

Brexit and new Westminster government put focus again on who is acting in best interests of people in Ireland Free article

Theresa Villiers ‘won’t be missed’ – Sinn Féin

14 July 2016

Position of Secretary of State should be abolished and powers transferred to Assembly, John O’Dowd says as Tory lawyer James Brokenshire takes over Free article

Chilcot – A British inquiry to serve British political needs

13 July 2016

Among the cheerleaders for the Iraq War were all of the North’s unionist politicians Free article

Martin Hurson — Died on 13 July 1981 after 46 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

13 July 2016

THE death of IRA Volunteer Martin Hurson on 13 July 1981, after 46 days on the Hunger Strike, was unexpected. The suddenness of his death, coming only five days after that of Joe McDonnell, came as a shock since two other Hunger Strikers – Kieran Doherty and Kevin Lynch – had been almost a week on hunger strike ahead of Martin. Free article

Irish Government must be ‘on top of their game’ in dealing with new British Prime Minister on Good Friday Agreement and Brexit

12 July 2016

New British Prime Minister Theresa May’s open opposition to cornerstone of Good Friday Agreement worries Gerry Adams Free article

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