Tag Archives: RTÉ

Government must take lead on Collusion issue – Adams

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD speaking in the Dáil today in a debate on Monday’s RTE programme on Collusion called on the Irish government to “proceed with the protocols and establish the bodies as agreed in the Stormont House … Continue reading

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1974 Dublin/Monaghan bombings an effort to start a civil war?

A new Irish TV documentary has claimed that the purpose of the Dublin/Monaghan bombings in 1974 was to start a civil war. The bombings were carried out by Loyalists acting under orders from British Army agents the documentary revealed. The … Continue reading

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“British Monarch Lectures Her Subjects”

Here is a really fun article from An Phoblacht: LIKE QUEEN VICTORIA, Queen Elizabeth may not be amused but the RTÉ Guide made us republicans at An Phoblacht smile by describing her regular Christmas Day TV message in the BBC1 … Continue reading

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Dempsey Takes His War Avoidance Organizing to Ireland

Watch RTÉ interview with General Martin Dempsey After General Dempsey organized against military attacks in Syria and Iran while in London he went on to Dublin for the American football exhibition game between Notre Dame and Navy. In an exclusive … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman slams Irish for voting Yes, predicts collapse of Euro

Paul Krugman won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2009. He’s widely regarded as one of the greatest, and at times most controversial thinkers in his field. Earlier this week he argued that Irish people should vote no in the … Continue reading

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Sean Gallagher’s lack of credibility was his undoing — Martin McGuinness

Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness this evening said: “There is no doubt that RTÉ should not have broadcast a tweet during the Frontline presidential debate which incorrectly claimed that Hugh Morgan would appear at a press conference the following day. “None … Continue reading

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