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Chivers site “perfect storm” of all that’s wrong in housing

23 September 2021

Chivers site “perfect storm” of all that’s wrong in housing, writes Sinn Féin Cllr Mícheál Mac Donncha Free article

Sinn Féin to table no confidence motion in Simon Coveney

10 September 2021

Sinn Féin is to table a no confidence motion in Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney after it became clear that Taoiseach Micheál Martin would not sanction the Fine Gael minister. Free article

Defence of the Realm Act

28 August 2021

The Defence of the Realm Act (DORA) introduced by the British government in late 1914 gave the Dublin Castle authorities widespread draconian powers for Ireland. Free article

Oidhreacht 1981

24 August 2021

Scríobhann an iar-chime agus an Comhairleoir Séanna Walsh ar oidhreacht 1981, an Ghaeilge, agus na cimí dóchlóite dósháraithe sin arb iad a chomrádaithe. Free article

McAnespie murder case finally gets a court trial

23 August 2021

The McAnespie family and Sinn Féin have welcomed decision to charge former Grenadier Guardsman David Holden the killer of Aidan McAnespie for his murder in 1988. Free article

British state policy: denounced in the court of international opinion - Declan Kearney

23 August 2021

In his latest blog, Declan Kearney reflects on the historic journey of Naomh Eanna GAC and rejects attempts to put British state forces who murdered Irish citizens above law. Free article

Roger Casement remembered in London

16 August 2021

The 105th anniversary of the execution of Roger Casement was marked in London in early August, when Francie Molloy, MP for Mid Ulster, addressed a commemoration outside Pentonville Prison in Islington. Free article

Latest phase of British brinkmanship over the Protocol is deeply corrosive - Declan Kearney

13 August 2021

In his latest blog, Declan Kearney brands the latest phase of British brinkmanship over the Protocol 'deeply corrosive'. Free article

Thomas McElwee – Died on 8 August 1981 after 62 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

8 August 2021

Thomas McElwee, at the age of 23, was the tenth man to join the 1981 Hunger Strike. From Bellaghy in south Derry, he was imprisoned in 1976 after a premature bomb explosion in which he lost an eye. Free article

This is 2021, not Mississippi in the 1960s: It's time to stand up against sectarianism

4 August 2021

In this article, Sinn Féin MLA and National Chairperson Declan Kearney argues that it is time to take a stand against sectarianism, discrimination and division and to promote a better future for all. Free article

50th anniversary of Internment without trial 9 August 1971

3 August 2021

50 years ago on 9 August 1971 the British government in London, at the request of the Unionist government in Stormont, imposed internment without trial in the Six Counties, pouring petrol on the flames of conflict. We re-publish here the story of Internment as told by the late historian Shane Mac Thomáis. Free article

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