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Fly away Enda, fly away Joan – Ó Caoláin

Speaking in the Dáil on the sale of Aer Lingus, Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin has described the move by the government as disappointing, but not surprising. Deputy Ó Caoláin went on to say that the sale is a … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams : Government is on its last legs

2 http://platform.twitter.com/widgets/tweet_button.c27d2d163408c0fe087fbfe1c687ce2b.en.html#_=1421166648711&count=horizontal&counturl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sinnfein.ie%2Fcontents%2F32865&id=twitter-widget-1&lang=en&original_referer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sinnfein.ie%2Fcontents%2F32865&size=m&text=Government%20is%20on%20its%20last%20legs%20-%20Gerry%20Adams%20TD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sinnfein.ie%2Fcontents%2F32865%23.VLVIN1znZTY.twitter Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams has said that the Fine Gael and Labour Party coalition is on its last legs and that his party is preparing for Government. Deputy Adams was speaking in Dublin at Sinn Féin’s think-in … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams : The Rise and Rise of Negative Politics

As regular readers of this column will know I have been known to ‘tweet’ – occasionally. It’s an enjoyable and relaxing process made all the more pleasurable because I can escape the Sinn Féin thought police – those esteemed colleagues … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams : Government has turned its back on Health reform

  Speaking in Dundalk this morning at a Sinn Féin National Officer Board meeting in advance of next week’s resumption of Dáil business, party leader Gerry Adams said: “Health was one of the priorities in Enda Kenny’s famous 5-point plan … Continue reading

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Kenny’s spin on Bank Recapitalisation an attempt to hide Government failure to stand up for Ireland – Carthy

Sinn Féin MEP, Matt Carthy, has said that the assertion of Enda Kenny that a deal on retrospective recapitalisation of Irish bank debt is no longer a consideration is further evidence that the government simply will not stand up for … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams’ Blog : Amateurish and ham fisted negotiation

Invariably the British government likes to spin that its role is that of a facilitator – a neutral chair trying to persuade the obstinate northern parties to see sense and agree a deal. There is a pattern to all of … Continue reading

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Cabinet Reshuffle: Different Folks,Same strokes – Gerry Adams TD

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD speaking to the Taoiseach today in the Dáil following his announcement of a Cabinet reshuffle and new priorities for the government said: “Citizens kept a report card on your government and they marked it … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams TD sets out radical vision of a ‘new republic’

Gerry Adams TD sets out radical vision of a ‘new republic’ 15 June, 2014 – by Gerry Adams TD 5 Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams delivered the annual address at the Wolfe Tone Commemoration at Bodenstown, Co. Kildare today. In … Continue reading

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Nessa Childers: “This is a profoundly immoral way to run our country”

This is a profoundly immoral way to run our country’ – Nessa Childers MEP Ireland East MEP, Nessa Childers, has announced that she will contest next year’s European Parliament elections as an independent candidate within the European Socialists and Democrats … Continue reading

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Dail Debate on Bill to Repeal Property Tax

Here is the contentious debate on Sinn Fein’s bill to repeal the property tax from Kildarestreet .com http://www.kildarestreet.com/debates/?id=2013-06-12a.660&s=Tom+Pringle#gT&aacute

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