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Gerry Adams: A Fair Weather Friend?

A friend of mine was in prison in France one time. It was admittedly a rather long time. Years later when I bumped into him I asked what it was like. To be in prison? In France?

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Mary Lou McDonald becomes new Sinn Fein President

Today, Saturday, Mary Lou McDonald officially replaced Gerry Adams as President of Sinn Fèin

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Votarem, we will vote, writes Gerry Adams

Today Thursday, October 5th, is the anniversary of the RUC attack on a Civil Rights March at Duke Street in Derry in 1968

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Irish Dail report shows a United Ireland may be closer than ever

An Irish parliamentary report on achieving Irish unity has placed the republican goal of a united Ireland in the context of 26 County constitutional parliamentary politics for the first time.

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Sustainable basis needed to restore institution in the North

As Martin McGuinness said at the beginning of the year when he resigned; the status quo as it has existed is not acceptable

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No return to the status quo, writes Gerry Adams

The anti-equality approach of the DUP, supported by the British government, has seen the shutters effectively pulled down on this round of talks. This constitutes a monumental failure by Theresa May and her government.

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Socialist Irish TD and five activists found not guilty in water-charges protest trial

Socialist Paul Murphy TD and five other men have been found not guilty of falsely imprisoning former Tanaiste Joan Burton and her adviser during a 2014 water charges protest

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We’ll opposed any threat to Good Friday Agreement

Last Thursday’s visit to London for a meeting with the British Prime Minister Theresa May was my first without Martin McGuinness

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Varadkar confirmed as new Fine Gael leader and next Taoiseach Irish Republican News

Leo Varadkar is to become Ireland’s youngest and first openly gay Taoiseach. He defeated his rival for the Fine Gael leadership, Simon Coveney

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Refugees, coffins ships and hunger

There are few more haunting memorials anywhere in the world than this group of six tall, bronze figures of emaciated men and women, and one dog, which stand on Quays

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