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Provisional IRA still exists, says British report 

The report endorses last month’s assessment by Police Service Northern Ireland chief George Hamilton in which he said individual members of the Provisional IRA were involved in the recent murder of Kevin McGuigan

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Uncomfortable Conversations for Reconciliation

Uncomfortable Conversations – An Initiative for Dialogue towards Reconciliation is a book published by Sinn Féin

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Stormont collapse likely after DUP ultimatum is rejected 

A Stormont committee has refused on Thursday to adjourn the Six County Assembly despite a DUP threat that it would otherwise pull down the North’s political institutions

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It’s about elections – stupid

This week 21 years ago the IRA announced its “complete cessation of military operations”. It was a momentous decision that came after many years of intense and difficult hard work

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1981 Hunger Strike – inflicted a historic defeat on the Thatcher government

Several weeks ago Sinn Féin’s hugely successful and popular re-enactment of the funeral of O’Donovan Rossa showed what can be achieved to further popularise the struggle for freedom, as well as to celebrate the lives of national heroes

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Remembering the Hunger Strikers – National Commemoration Sunday August 23rd

  National Hunger strike March is on Sunday August 23rd. Assemble 2.15pm Bailigh at 2.15 to walk to New Inn, Newry Road at 3pm1981 was a tumultuous period in modern Irish history and the 1981 hunger strike was a watershed

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Celebrating O’Donovan Rossa – A continuum of struggle

In February Sinn Féin launched our national campaign to mark the centenary of the 1916 Rising. It was and is a first class programme which included a re-enactment of the funeral of veteran Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa.In stark contrast the

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Support marriage equality

Support the campaign for marriage equality in the north and help ensure that we create a better more compassionate and equal society now and for our children

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Press Council uphold complaint against Irish Independent

The broadcasting ban, which barred my voice from being heard on the British media, was one of the more bizarre responses of the British state to the conflict

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The tragedy and courage of Ballymurphy

Today – Wednesday – the Dáil debate an all-party motion in support of the Ballymurphy Massacre Relatives. Their story is one of great tragedy, courage and tenacity

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