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Gerry Adams in Dáil urges abuse victims to go to PSNI or Garda

22 October 2014

‘Those who wish to do so should come forward now and report their complaint to the appropriate authorities. They will have Sinn Féin’s full support in doing so.’ Free article

2014 Sinn Féin National Draw | Crannchur Náisiúnta

23 October 2014

1st Prize: €15,000, Ticket Number: 14665. Winner: Vera McGuinness, Ballintra, Donegal

2nd Prize: £5,000, 7280, Liam Robinson, Downpatrick, Down

3rd Prize: €1,000, 39045, Jackie Nugent, Navan, Meath

4th Prize: €500, 2379, Adriene and Jean, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

5th Prize: £300, 8268, Breena Gray, Belfast.

Seller Prize: €500, 10849, Dan McSweeney, Bantry, Cork

€100 or £100... Free article

No confidence in openly pro-unionist British Government’s commitment to political process

21 October 2014

Sinn Féin National Chair Declan Kearney selected to fight Westminster seat in South Antrim – slams Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg for standing outside pro-Agreement axis Free article

How republicans dealt with allegations of child abuse

19 October 2014

‘Anyone who has any information whatsoever about any child abuse should come forward to the authorities, North or South, and they will have the full support of Sinn Féin in so doing. That includes Maíria Cahill. Whatever information she has on this she should give to the appropriate authority.’ – Gerry Adams Free article

Tánaiste turns under pressure from Mary Lou on water charges eviction threats

17 October 2014

The Sinn Féin deputy leader raised the matter of eviction threats in a heated exchange with the Tánaiste in the Dáil on Thursday Free article

Gerry Adams responds to remarks by Mairia Cahill

17 October 2014

‘I am personally horrified at the allegation that I would make the comments Mairia has attributed to me’ Free article

Fine Gael denies buying Facebook 'likes' to boost online Budget Q&A

16 October 2014

Fine Gael uses click farm to increase popularity of posts on its Facebook page. Free article

The DUP is not serious about talks

15 October 2014

‘The DUP is locked into a sectarian race to the bottom with the TUV, UKIP, UUP and paramilitary and Orange extremists’ – Declan Kearney Free article

First NHS walk-out in 32 years supported by Sinn Féin

15 October 2014

Half-day strike and the start of a work-to-rule comes after the Tory-led Government at Westminster denied workers a 1% pay rise recommended by the NHS pay review body. Free article

Video – Pearse Doherty says Budget 2015 does nothing for struggling families

14 October 2014

Sinn Féin's Finance Spokesperson analysis of Government's Budget for 2015 Free article

Belfast rallies against Tory cuts

14 October 2014

Sinn Féin elected representatives and activists from across the North turned out to support a community-led anti-cuts rally in Belfast's Writers' Square on Saturday 11 October. Free article

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