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1 February 2016 Edition

NIO political vetting - A licence to kill?

1 February 2016

On 27 June 1985, the then British Secretary of State in the North, Douglas Hurd stood up in the British parliament to say he was satisfied that people working in certain community groups across the North had links to “paramilitary organisations” and it would be a “grave risk” to fund these groups as it would have the effect of furthering the aims of these “paramilitary organisations”. Free article

Another Europe is possible – Treo eile don Eoraip

1 February 2016

Major BREXIT conference in Belfast hosted by Martina Anderson MEP, EU Investment Court scheme likely to need Irish referendum, says Matt Carthy MEP, Twelfth trial postponement in Egypt for Dubliner – MEP renews release call and Lip service to the arts in 1916 centenary year is ‘shameful’, says European Committee on Culture MEP Free article

Cé – is Céard- atá Freagarthach as na Tuilte?

1 February 2016

IS TRUAMHÉILEACH é gan dabht cás na ndaoine a bhfuil a gcuid tithe, feirmeacha nó gnóanna sciosta ag na tuilte. Agus tá an scéal níos measa fós ar ndóigh sna cásanna nach annamha sin nach bhfuil árachas ar fáil. Free article

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Jim Kelly, Derry City

1 February 2016

IT WAS with huge sadness that Derry republicans heard of the unexpected death of Jim Kelly. Free article

Seán Regan, Antrim and Roscommon

1 February 2016

THE death occurred on 31 December 2015 of lifelong republican Seán Regan of Castlerea, County Roscommon, who in 1985 was the first Sinn Féin elected councillor in Moyle, County Antrim, where he lived for some years. Free article

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