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Former TD and blanketman Paddy Agnew in Dáil for first time (Free article)

26 June 2018

Former Louth TD and republican ex-prisoner Paddy Agnew was in Leinster House for the first time today, 37 years after being elected.

Partition has run out of road - Mitchel McLaughlin (Free article)

26 June 2018

Former Assembly Speaker, veteran Sinn Féin politician and honorary professor of Peace has aid partition is running out of road and that vision and leadership is now needed to respond to the challenges presented by Brexit and future constitutional change.

No progress at EU summit, Taoiseach needs to act now to protect Irish interests - Mary Lou McDonald (Free article)

29 June 2018

With no progress made on the issues of Ireland and the border at the EU Brexit summit in Brussels, Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has called on the Taoiseach to take a harder stance with the British government and act to defend Irish interests.

Legislation which seeks to prohibit the import and sale of goods, services and natural resources originating from illegal Israeli settlements is due to come before the Seanad this week. (Free article)

9 July 2018

The Occupied Territories Bill - proposed by Senator Frances Black - is expected to pass due to the support of Sinn Féin, Fianna Fáil, Independents and Labour.  Sinn Féin Senator Niall Ó Donnghaile welcomed the legislation, he said: “Goods and services that are only available because of gross human rights abuses and violations of international…

Parties unite to condemn violence (Free article)

11 July 2018

The leaders of the political parties in the North have united to condemn violence which has erupted in several areas across the north in recent days.

Anger at insulting and sectarian banners on loyalist bonfire (Free article)

11 July 2018

Banners mocking the Ballymurphy massacre justice campaign and calling for the sectarian murder of catholics on a loyalist bonfire in Belfast have sparked anger anger.

Ban on import of Israeli goods moves step closer (Free article)

12 July 2018

Ireland has moved one step closer to officially banning the import of goods and services produced in illegal Israeli settlements.

Derry protest tonight against 'warped agenda' behind violence (Free article)

13 July 2018

The people of Derry will take to the streets tonight to challenge what Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has described as the "warped, negative, regressive, and dangerous" agenda of those behind the disturbances that have occurred in the city's Bogside area in recent nights.

Ennis calls for new deal to end geo-blocking of GAA games (Free article)

16 July 2018

Sinn Féin MLA Sinéad Ennis has called on RTÉ’s new Head of Sport to take the concerns and growing frustration among northern viewers on board when negotiating deals for GAA coverage with satellite providers.

Orange Culture is being undermined by ‘project fear’ - Declan Kearney (Free article)

16 July 2018

In this article, first printed in the Belfast Telegraph, Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney writes that Orange culture is being undermined by 'project fear' from senior unionists and Orange leaders and adds that dialogue between Sinn Féin and the Orange Order is required.

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