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6 October 2023
Sinn Féin national chair Declan Kearney writes on the future and the need for republicans to better understand Protestants and Unionists.
11 October 2023
Sinn Féin Vice President Michelle O’Neill spoke at a key fringe event at this year’s Labour Party conference. She was joined by Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary Hilary Benn, Opposition Leader in the British House of Lords, Angela Smith, and North Belfast Sinn Féin MP John Finucane.
19 October 2023
Lifelong Irish republican and former political prisoner, John Vincent McElduff was laid to rest in his native Loughmacrory recently. The graveside oration was delivered by Seán Hughes.
23 October 2023
Chris Hazzard has told a conference in South Africia that the reunification of Ireland will be a beacon for progressive movements throughout the world.
25 October 2023
Declan Kearney writes on the current situation in Gaza and the need for immediate ceasefires and the upholding of International Law.
9 November 2023
40 years ago this week at the 1983 Sinn Féin Ard Fheis in Dublin’s Mansion House, Gerry Adams was elected President of Sinn Féin.
13 November 2023
While Civil War as an armed conflict had ended in early summer 1923, the Counter-Revolution led by the Free State government continued and those who bore the worst of it were over 11,000 Republican prisoners held in jails, internment camps and other places of detention throughout the Free State.
21 November 2023
The 14 people murdered by British crown forces on Bloody Sunday, 21 November 1920, have been honoured with the naming of Bloody Sunday Bridge beside Croke Park where they were shot.
31 August 2023
What sets Sinn Féin apart in Irish political life is the sustained activism of party members and political activists. This edition of An Phoblacht highlights some of the multiple dimensions of the effort and work undertaken by Sinn Féin’s elected representatives. It ranges from the rural communities of Galway, South Armagh, and Coleraine to…
30 November 2023
“The Pogues were also unashamedly abrasive and political, at a time when being political about Ireland in Britain was no easy task”. Joe Dwyer offers a tribute to Pogues lead singer Shane MacGowan whose death was announced today.
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