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2 November 2014 Edition

EDITORIAL: DUP looking over their shoulders – Who's behind Peter Robinson?

2 November 2014

THE Democratic Unionist Party are looking over their shoulders at their newly-unveiled allies in the ‘pan-unionist front’, including the ‘political advisers’ to the UVF and the UDA. Free article

Racist attacks rise

2 November 2014

BELFAST may not deserve the title given to it by some mainstream media of “Race Hate Capital of Europe” but a racist attack reported almost every day in the Six Counties carries extra impact in such a small geographical area. Free article

British Labour should mobilise on living standards and Peace Process

2 November 2014

EVERY POSITION and statement by all the parties in England, Scotland and Wales is being taken with an eye to the outcome of next May’s general election. And recent by-election results in England have added to this, in particular the response to the growth of UKIP, which has negatively shifted the political agenda to the Right. Free article

Filleann an Rialtas ar an bhFeall

2 November 2014

BHÍ ÍONADH beag ar lucht na Gaeilge ar fud na tíre nuair a d’fhógair an t-iar Aire Iompair, Leo Varadkar go raibh sé le coras nua comharthaíocht bhóithre a chur faoi thriail a chuirfeadh an Ghaeilge ar chómhchéim le Béarla. Premium service article

The Brighton Bomb – 30th anniversary

2 November 2014

Brighton University symposium to mark 30th anniversary of IRA attack on Margaret Thatcher’s Government, 12 October 1984 Premium service article

Another Europe is possible – Treo eile don Eoraip

2 November 2014

Important boost for jobless funding, Appointed to key EU-US delegation as TTIP talks progress, Irish MEP made Chair of European Parliament’s delegation to Palestine and Right2Water report is primary focus Free article

Brabach as fulaingt na dTeifeach

2 November 2014

TÁ SÉ CURTHA i leith comhalchtaí príobháideacha a ritheann ionaid do lucht iarrtha tearmann in Éirinn go bhfuil na céadta milliún euro dhá fháil acu ón stát agus nach bhfuil iniúchadh cuí dhá dhéanamh air. Premium service article

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Top PSNI briefings on answering inquests into controversial killings

2 November 2014

UNIONISTS and the mainstream media were wrong when they accused Sinn Féin and Policing Board member Caitríona Ruane MLA of trying to block the appointment of PSNI Deputy Chief Constable Drew Harris because he was the man who signed the arrest warrant for Gerry Adams earlier this year. Free article

New inquest into RUC killing of Pearse Jordan

2 November 2014

THE upholding by the Court of Appeal of a High Court’s quashing of a 2012 inquest verdict into the shooting dead of unarmed IRA Volunteer Pearse Jordan in Belfast in 1992 opens the way for a fresh inquest into the controversial killing. Free article

Seanad still synonymous with cronyism

2 November 2014

MORE THAN ONE YEAR on from the referendum to abolish the Seanad, there’s been no sign of the Fine Gael/Labour Government’s much-promised reform of how the upper house is elected and operates. Free article

Creating a way out of the frozen political landscape – Dr David Latimer, First Derry Presbyterian Church

2 November 2014

SETBACKS on the journey from a divided past to a shared future can, so easily, cause us to forget how different life actually is in Northern Ireland since the Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998. Free article

Ukraine – Odessa massacre survivor talks to An Phoblacht

2 November 2014

IN MAY of this year, a right-wing gang burned 48 people to death at a trade union building in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa at the height of the Ukraine crisis. Free article

Border poll needs a wider canvass – By Mark Langhammer, Irish Congress of Trade Unions NI Committee member

2 November 2014

THE Scottish referendum has increased speculation about a Border poll here. Free article

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