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McGuinness criticises government on preservation of Moore Street

Speaking at the launch of Sinn Féin’s National Programme of Events for the centenary commemorations of the Easter Rising, Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness challenged the Irish government on their failure to properly preserve and respect the Dublin battlefield site … Continue reading

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Collusion happened at the Highest levels of Unionism – Molloy

Francie Molloy, MP for Mid Ulster speaking in Armagh last night on a panel discussion on dealing with the past said that “collusion happened not just at the highest levels of the British establishment but also at the highest levels … Continue reading

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National Reconciliation in Ireland – The Need For Uncomfortable Conversations – Declan Kearney

British colonial interests and successive government policy have been at the root of political conflict in Ireland, and between our countries for centuries. British government strategy and its threat of ‘immediate and terrible war’ in the period of the 1921 … Continue reading

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