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Nationalists in the North of Ireland protest PSNI

An egregiously insensitive example of PSNI harassment has led to a surge in nationalist support for disbandment of the hated police force.

A small number of survivors and families of victims of an infamous loyalist atrocity were set upon last week as they gathered in a socially distanced manner to lay flowers on the memorial site where the killings took place, on Belfast’s Lower Ormeau Road.

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Sinn Féin set for 12 December Westminster elections

Sinn Féin is set to contest all 18 Westminster constituencies on 12 December after its efforts to form a pact of parties opposed to Brexit failed to get a positive response from other party leaders.

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UK in turmoil as elections loom

The political parties in the North have put themselves on a general election footing as continuing manoeuvres over Brexit at Westminster mean that a poll may not take place until the end of November

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How the 31 August IRA cessation happened

The IRA cessation is 25 years old this week. August 1994 was an intense month. To be honest, neither Martin nor I really knew if we would succeed

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Sinn Féin MEP Anderson condemns Turkish trustees decision

“The EU, who provide funding to Turkey, must end its silence on Turkish state oppression against the Kurdish people and their democratically elected representatives,” said Sinn Féin MEP Anderson

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Ireland faces biggest challenge as Brexit becomes reality

Exclusion from the EU customs union and single market will have a devastating impact on seamless trade and all-Ireland supply chains

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Féile An Phobail Abú

Wasn’t Féile an Phobail 2019 great? 11 days, covering over 300 events, which attracted tens of thousands people. Amazing

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Johnson named extreme-right Tory cabinet

The newly appointed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appointed an over-the-top Cabinet of Brexiteer ultras and right-wing extremists

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Boris Johnson set to become UK Prime Minister today

Boris Johnson has won a final Tory leadership runoff, defeating his opponent Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt with the support of more than two in three of the Conservative Party membership

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Voting for the next President of Ireland

Agreeing the date and passing the legislation is only one part of the battle ahead. Holding the referendum is important. Winning the referendum is essential

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