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10 February 2020
Following the split in the IRA in December 1969 and Sinn Féin in January 1970, one of the first actions of those who rejected the Goulding/MacGiolla leadership and who formed the Provisional Army Council of the IRA and the Caretaker Executive of Sinn Féin was to launch a publicity fund with a view to establishing their own republican newspaper.
4 February 2020
In this article, Sinn Féin National Chairperson and Junior Minister Declan Kearney MLA has outlined the political challenges and opportunities facing Irish republicans brought about by the changing political circumstances.
6 February 2020
RTÉ provided Fianna Fáil with advance notice of the topics for the RTÉ Leaders' Debate on Tuesday, An Phoblacht can reveal. Correspondence seen by An Phoblacht shows that an e-mail outlining the main topics was provided to Fianna Fáil at 1.24am on Tuesday morning. However Sinn Féin, who only received an invite to the debate on Monday…
10 February 2020
In a seismic and historic election, Sinn Féin is the most popular political party in the 26 counties, securing widespread support across the state.
13 February 2020
One of the first major IRA attacks on an RIC barracks during the Black and Tan war took place in Ballytrain, County Monaghan, in February 1920.
Next Irish government must begin actively planning for reunification - Michelle O'Neill (Free article)
12 February 2020
In this article which first appeared in the Belfast Telegraph, Joint Head of Government Michelle O'Neill calls on the next Irish government to begin actively planning for Irish Unity.
General Election 2020 - 'We are back to Connolly and Mellows, and it is just as well’ (Free article)
16 February 2020
Writing his latest blog, Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney reflects on the historic and 'watershed' General Election result for Sinn Féin.
18 February 2020
Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar has said he believes that Sinn Féin will deliver a 32-county republic following the historic result in the 2020 General Election.
21 February 2020
Is mac léinn in Ollscoil na hÉireann Gaillimhe i mbliain na céime de BA sa Ghaeilge agus sa Fhraincis í Eva Ní Mhealláin. Is scríobhneoir, file agus gníomhaí óg í as deisceart Ard Mhacha ó dhúchas.
1 March 2020
Writing in his latest blog, Declan Kearney reflects on the recent election, the change in Irish politics and attempts to build a Government for Change in the 26 counties.
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