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UK ELECTION 2017: ‘Fear trumps facts: why Theresa May is sticking with her migration cap’

Ahead of the British general election on June 8, the ruling Conservative party has renewed its commitment to “reduce and control” immigration to a net figure of under 100,000 – a level not seen for 20 years

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Sinn Fein Westminster candidate John Finucane threatened by loyalists

Post Views: 38 Sinn Fein North Belfast candidate John Finucane has received a chilling loyalist death threat as the election campaign entered its final week.   The Belfast-based lawyer said he had reported the threat made directly to himself through

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The winds of change are blowing

John’s candidature was swift and unforeseen. But it carried with it so much significance. He is part of the new republican generation

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Varadkar confirmed as new Fine Gael leader and next Taoiseach Irish Republican News

Leo Varadkar is to become Ireland’s youngest and first openly gay Taoiseach. He defeated his rival for the Fine Gael leadership, Simon Coveney

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UK ELECTION 2017: ‘Theresa May offers nothing but the status quo’

Since the advent of New Labour in 1997, a common trope of general election campaigns has been the (invariably unfulfilled) promise of a new way of doing politics

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Westminster elections only 2 weeks away

The energy and enthusiasm which surrounds the demand for an Irish Language Act has not diminished since the Assembly election in March

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Race for new Taoiseach (Prime Minister) in Ireland

Following the resignation of Enda Kenny as Fine Gael leader, Leo Varadkar, current Minister for Social Protection, could win the Fine Gael leadership contest and take over as head of the Dublin government

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Britain: ‘For The Many, Not The Few’

‘For The Many, Not The Few’: Labour Manifesto Offers Blueprint for Global Left

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Stand up with Martin

The actions of the DUP have been outrageous

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Sinn Fein backs McGuinness

Sinn Fein has expressed a much tougher line against the intransigence and bigotry of the DUP following the resignation by Martin McGuinness

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