Tag Archives: United Ireland

Time to talk about Unity – Gerry Adams TD

Sinn Féin President and Louth TD Gerry Adams has urged maximum co-operation between political leaders North and South in seeking to advance the objective of a United Ireland. The Sinn Féin leader revealed that the party will launch a new … Continue reading

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Towards a United Ireland – Adams

Last night, Thursday, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams addressed the annual Friends of Sinn Féin dinner in New York. The Sinn Féin leader thanked Irish America for its crucial support for the Irish peace process describing it as “the driver … Continue reading

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Political and Economic Chaos in the UK

The Brexit vote has exposed (not caused) the bankruptcy of the entire western financial system, but also the political bankruptcy of the Blair/Cameron era of the British Empire. Cameron has resigned, but won’t leave for at least four months, and … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams: “Micheál Martin could play a leadership role in the necessary process of making Irish unity a reality”

by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams from his Léargas blog Micheál Martin is a man with a mission. To trample on the politics of those whose roots are in the radical republican tradition of Tone and Emmet and Pearse and Connolly … Continue reading

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Adams pays tribute to life and legacy of O’ Donovan Rossa

Sinn Féin Leader, Gerry Adams TD paid tribute to the life and legacy of Jeremiah O’ Donovan Rossa in a speech delivered by his graveside today, one hundred years to the day and to the very hour that he was … Continue reading

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The end of the United Kingdom foretold after Scottish vote

By Niall O’Dowd at Irish Central This British election will go down in history not for the shock margin of victory by the Conservatives but for sounding the death knell of the United Kingdom. The Scottish Nationalist Party has surpassed … Continue reading

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1916 centenary a time to build new Ireland based on equality – McGuinness

Sinn Féin MLA Martin McGuinness has said the centenary of the 1916 Rising is a time to build a new Ireland based on equality and partnership. Speaking at the launch of Sinn Féin’s programme of events in the North to … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams says Sinn Fein set for power in Irish Republic in 2016

Derry: Sinn Fein wants to lead the next Irish government, Gerry Adams told the party’s ardfheis (national conference) in Derry this weekend. Addressing an overflow attendance of more than 2,000 delegates, he said: “Sinn Féin will not prop up either … Continue reading

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Kearney welcomes union chief’s support for agreed platform

Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney has welcomed the public support of SIPTU President Jack O’Connor for developing an agreed platform among the left. Jack O’Connor is to set out his position in a speech this morning at Glasnevin to … Continue reading

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Sinn Fein Wins Big in Ireland: Revolt Against Austerity upends Irish Politics

Last week, elections for all the local councils and for the European Parliament in both parts of Ireland upended the monopoly of the three establishment parties which have dominated Ireland for nine decades. Sinn Féin made huge, dramatic gains, and … Continue reading

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