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Adams calls for Commission of Investigation into Project Eagle

Speaking during tonight’s PMB on NAMA in the Dáil Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams called on the government to “establish a Commission of Investigation into the sale of NAMA’s loan books, including its northern loan book”. Gerry Adams said: “The revelation … Continue reading

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Sinn Féin could have walked out over NAMA allegation – Adams

Speaking in Drogheda, County Louth, at a Fair Recovery public meeting and responding to the Unionist refusal to be part of All Party talks today, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD said that “if Sinn Féin adopted the same approach … Continue reading

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Adams warns of grave threat to institutions

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD has warned that the “future of the political structures created by the Good Friday Agreement hangs by a thread.” The Sinn Féin leader was writing in his weekly column in the Andersonstown News which … Continue reading

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SDLP ‘silent partners’ in unionist deal – Murphy

Sinn Féin MP Conor Murphy has today accused the SDLP of being silent partners in the unionist electoral pact. Mr Murphy said; “The SDLP are acquiescing in this latest pan-unionist initiative. They are the silent partners in this unionist deal, standing … Continue reading

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Murphy sets out Sinn Féin dossier on welfare

Click to access Welfare-The-Facts.pdf Sinn Féin MP Conor Murphy has said documents released today by Sinn Féin clearly show the DUP acted in bad faith over the Welfare Reform Bill. Launching a dossier of exchanges between Sinn Féin and the … Continue reading

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Serious crisis at Stormont!

a chara, A very serious crisis has occurred in the six counties assembly today as the DUP have acted in bad faith and are reneging on their commitments in the Stormont House Agreement to protect the most vulnerable people in … Continue reading

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Martin McGuinness: Bring Welfare Legislation to the Assembly

Martin McGuinness, delivering a keynote address at the Sinn Féin National Strategy session in Termonfeckin this morning, said; It is great to have these two days with colleagues to discuss common approaches to shared problems. It is clear that our … Continue reading

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Public asking questions of unionist leadership – McGuinness

Martin McGuinness has said the public has to ask why the DUP now want fresh talks after walking away from previous talks processes. Mr McGuinness said; “We in Sinn Féin are open to discussion. “We were involved in a genuine … Continue reading

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Governments partisan and disengaged on the North – Murphy

Sinn Féin MP Conor Murphy said British secretary of state Theresa Villiers must end her government’s partisan approach to dealing with problems in the political process in the North. And the Newry Armagh MP said that the approach of Irish … Continue reading

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Call to stand together as Tory government fractures on cuts

Sinn Féin MP Conor Murphy said today that political parties in Britain are finally wakening up to the devastation being caused by vicious Tory welfare cuts. And he called on political parties here to come together and stand against the … Continue reading

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