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British government need to grasp the scale of costs of living crisis — Archibald

27 October 2021

Sinn Féin’s economy spokesperson Caoimhe Archibald highlights the impact the cost of living crisis will have on working families and the need for more resources to allow Executive Ministers to tackle it. Free article

New An Phoblacht podcast will challenge establishment perspective

10 June 2021

An Phoblacht’s new podcast series will focus on grassroots, progressive activism and ideas providing stimulating content on media, the arts, sport and the true life stories of ordinary people. Free article

Canathaobh go bhfuil gá le Pleanáil Teanga?

9 June 2021

Ghní John Predergest cur síos ar a ról ina Oifigeach Pleanála Teangaidh i gCorca Dhuibhne agus an tábhacht a ghabhann leis an phróiseas seo leis an teanga a neartú mar theanga pobail Free article

Last prison executions of the Tan war

7 June 2021

The first week of June 1921 saw the last of the 24 prison executions of IRA prisoners by the British regime during the Tan war, which had begun with Kevin Barry on 1 November.

As the number of trials by British military courts increased in the first half of 1921 so also did the number of death sentences. On 4 and 7 June the last three executions were carried out, just a month... Free article

A last throw of the dice for the DUP to make the right decisions? - Declan Kearney

6 June 2021

Writing in his latest blog, Declan Kearney write that this could be a last throw of the dice for the DUP to start making the right decisions about power sharing and ensuring the northern state exists as a warm place for everyone. Free article

New unionist leaders must show positive leadership

4 June 2021

Peadar Whelan looks at the DUP divisions exposed in recent weeks Free article

Executed men remembered in London

3 June 2021

19th century Fenians Michael Barrett and Patrick O’Donnell remembered in London commemoration. Free article

Kevin Boyle in discussion with Donegal Sinn Féin

1 June 2021

Donegal Sinn Féin has begun a series of conversations on the theme of Irish Unity. The first conversation was with State Representative Kevin Boyle from Pennsylvania. Free article

Fullerton family’s 30 year campaign for justice

26 May 2021

May 25th marked the 30th anniversary of the assassination of Sinn Féin councillor Eddie Fullerton. Roy Greenslade catalogues the Fullerton family’s ongoing campaign for justice. Free article

Centenary of the Burning of the Custom House

24 May 2021

The burning of the Custom House in Dublin on 25 May 1921 was one of the largest operations ever carried out by the IRA. It struck at the centre of British administration in Ireland as the building housed nine separate government departments including tax and local government records. The operation fully achieved its objective, though at a heavy cost to the IRA, and its consequences are still debated today. Free article

The Partition Election, 'Northern Ireland' and the Second Dáil

22 May 2021

100 years ago this week the election to the new ‘Northern Ireland’ Parliament marked the beginning of the Orange state Free article

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