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Moving forward – Mary Lou McDonald on effective opposition and providing a strong political alternative (Free article)
12 July 2019
As the Dáil rises for the summer, it is timely to reflect on the political year that was. We, in Sinn Féin, have been through a tough election and with that came analysis and reflection. It is human nature to take time, to heal and to ask tough questions of ourselves. However, it is too easy to forget and to gloss over the very many…
25 July 2019
Writing in his latest blog for An Phoblacht, Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney said fundamental change in British policy is required to end the political deadlock in the north.
30 July 2019
Full speech by Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald in the MAC, Belfast, on talks to restore power-sharing, Brexit and Irish unity.
31 July 2019
On Friday 26 July, republicans from across London gathered in the London Irish Centre, Camden, for the formal launch of the ‘Terence MacSwiney Commemoration Committee [London]’.
2 August 2019
Pearse Doherty writes on the economics of a united Ireland and tackles myths around the subvention.
7 August 2019
Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald gives her take on Fintan O'Toole's proposal to abandon abstentionism.
1 May 2019
This is the goal for all Irish republicans. But let’s be clear what this united Ireland is not. It is not some utopian dream of a magical mystical green island, where political unity magically wipes the slate clean of the many inequalities, injustices, problems and issues undermining society north and south. Creating a better Ireland is going to…
12 August 2019
Mitchel McLaughlin, a Derry youth in 1969, who progressed on to be a Sinn Fein MLA, National Chairperson of the party, the first Sinn Fein Speaker of the Assembly and this year’s Le Chéile honoree recalled the events of August 1969 in his native city for An Phoblacht in 2009. Today we reprint Mitchel’s article.
12 August 2019
50 years ago today the nationalist community of Derry took to the streets to defend their community from an RUC supported loyalist assault. The resulting Battle of the Bogside was a catalyst for nationalists across the Six Counties to rise up and defend their civil and national rights.
19 August 2019
The rise of the Troops Out Movement, first published in An Phoblacht/Republican News, 19 August 1999
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