Issue 1 - 2023 front

12 November 1998 Edition

Blair must push deal

12 November 1998

The failure thus far of the Ulster Unionist Party to implement the terms of the Agreement concluded on Good Friday comes as no surprise to republicans. Free article

Nationalist Belfast sends clear message to Patten

12 November 1998

In West Belfast a thousand people packed into the Whiterock hall on Wednesday last week to give their views on the RUC to the Patten Commission on Policing.. Free article

Large crowd remembers Edentubber Martyrs

12 November 1998

The presence of massed ranks of pike men and women from Wexford and Fermanagh added a dignified symbolism to this year's annual Edentubber commemoration on the Louth/Armagh border on Sunday. Free article

Family terrorised by RUC

12 November 1998

A Ballymurphy family known throughout Belfast for their Christmas lights extravaganza have, not for the first time, become the focus of a brutal RUC raid. Free article


A mockery of justice

12 November 1998

At the retrial of Lee Clegg, Sean Reilly sat in Belfast High Court, his head in his hands. Just a few feet away, surrounded by his military legal team and British army cronies sat the man convicted of murdering Sean Reilly's teenage stepdaughter, a British paratrooper. Free article

Joe Doherty - free at last

12 November 1998

Walking through the New Lodge streets of his childhood, Doherty remarks ``it hasn't changed a bit''. Free article

Gardai allowed British overflight

12 November 1998

Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín O Caoláin has described as ``ambiguous and unsatisfactory'' the reply to him from the Minister for Foreign Affairs David Andrews regarding overflights by British military aircraft into the 26 Counties. Free article

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