Issue 2 - 2024 200dpi

2 August 2001 Edition

Anti-Traveller prejudice remains

2 August 2001

According to a recent survey conducted throughout the 26 Counties, general attitudes towards the Travelling Community have not changed in recent times. MICHAEL PIERSE talks to Martin Collins of the Pavee Point centre in Dublin about why Travellers remain marginalised, and how that situation can be reversed. Free article

Soft landing for tax cheats

2 August 2001

``Relentlessly pursuing and punishing tax evasion''' - This is the promise made by Dermot Quigley, chairperson of the 26-County Revenue Commissioners last week. Quigley was presenting Revenue's annual report for 2000. However, despite Quigley's promises it seems that an amnesty culture could still be skulking in the Irish taxation system. Free article

Cath Chionn tSáile Eile

2 August 2001

Tuigimid gur briseadh Ord na nGael beagnach ceithre chéad bliain ó shin an Cheann tSáile, ach tá cath eile ar siúl ann i láthair na huaire. Is cosúil go bhfuil úinéirí cúrsagailf ag iarraidh an ruaig a chur chan amháin ar mhuintir Uí Néill ach ar phobal na tíre ar fad sa cheantar seo inniú. Free article

Back issue: Unity vital against the British

2 August 2001

THE continuing tragedy in the H-Blocks, conducted by British Premier Margaret Thatcherís government, is by no means the battle between the British and the IRA and their prisoners which that government strives to project. Free article

Flawed premise belies `even-handed' claim

2 August 2001

Making Sense of the Troubles By David McKittrick and David McVea The Blackstaff Press £20 Hardback Free article

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