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Tory Human Rights plan ‘would wreck peace deal’

The new British government has already launched an ultra-conservative political agenda that could unravel the peace process in the north of Ireland

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Gerry Adams replies to Fianna Fáil leader

In a strongly-worded speech to party members at the Royal College of Physicians in Dublin on Wednesday, Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams TD hit back at recent hysterics by Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin – describing the Fianna Fáil party

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IRISH TIMES: ANTI-SINN FEIN POLEMICS

Below is the text of a letter which I have been trying to get the Irish Times to carry for the last two weeks. It has refused. Gerry Adams TD, President of Sinn Féin. A chara, The Irish Times has

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DUNNES’ STAFF ON STRIKE SACKED

DUNNES STORES workers who joined pickets on Good Friday have been dismissed, had their hours cut and faced demotions in what Mandate Trade Union has described as a “despicable” move by the the retailer’s management. In a statement, Mandate Trade

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Water protest grows in Ireland

Just under 90,000 people marched in Dublin on Saturday 21 March in the latest anti-austerity protest against the 26 County government’s new water charges as a scandal over the operation of Irish Water, the new national water board, has expanded.

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Sinn Féin launch a People’s Pact

Sinn Féin launched “A People’s Pact”, in Belfast. The election advertisement which states that the party wants “equality not austerity” was unveiled at Belfast Castle. Speaking at the press conference to present the billboard, which is summarizing the party’s election

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ALARMA EN LA DERECHA IRLANDESA POR EL AUGE DEL SINN FEIN Y LA MOVILIZACIÓN SOCIAL

La derecha se alarma ante el ascenso y creciente protagonismo del Sinn Fein, a punto de convertirse en el mayor partido de toda la Isla, el tema aun abierto y sangrante de las víctimas del reciente conflicto, y el masivo rechazo popular al Gobierno de Dublín y sus políticas económicas neoliberales.

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Scotland decides in historic referendum 0

Scottish voters have gone to the polls to decide whether they’ll become an independent state. A record 97 percent of residents, or 4.2 million people, are registered to vote in a referendum which could have major repercussions for Ireland

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