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August issue out now – New Taoiseach stands by Old Guard 

EDITORIAL: Government parties leave public high and dry in Irish Water crisis

August issue out now – in shops or subscribe online here

  • New Taoiseach stands by Old Guard – Garda Commissioner takes 5-week holiday as police training college cash tangle unravels as another crisis
  • Political unionism and Orangeism need to give decisive leadership against sectarianism – Gerry Adams & Declan Kearney
  • Mary Lou McDonald – Brexit undermines Good Friday Agreement
  • Thomas Ashe – September centenary of first hunger strike martyr
  • Conservative-DUP pact is making Stormont resolution difficult – Tory minister who denounced Good Friday Agreement as ‘mortal stain’ pulls out of meeting Sinn Féin but poses with DUP MPs

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  • Sinn Féin Bill to outlaw tactical insolvencies gets green light
  • Civil Rights to power-sharing – the DUP still doesn’t get it
  • Féile an Phobail – What celebration should be about
  • Ballesteros in Belfast – Colombia union and Patriotic March leader meets Sinn Féin and ICTU
  • EDITORIAL: Government parties leave public high and dry in Irish Water crisis
  • In am Beart de Rír Briathar don Ghaeilge!
  • Tax dodging and secrecy internationally
  • JobPath Exposed

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  • Operation Motorman, 1972
  • GUE/NGL President says Brexit talks must address citizens’ rights
  • European Citizen’s Award Winners – Border Communities Against Brexit
  • Netflix and Reeling in the Years – Time for a Gaelflix?

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