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Potential for building a new Ireland

THE result of the recent EU referendum presents serious challenges for Ireland, north and south and for relations between Ireland and Britain

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I am proud to be a rebel – Roger Casement by Gerry Adams

Tuesday was the anniversary of Big Doc’s (Kieran Doherty) death on hunger strike. He died the day after Kevin Lynch

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Building for Success and a United Ireland

In 1992 Sinn Féin held our Ard Fheis in the Ballyfermot Community Centre

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The first cross border bridge since partition

The recent appointment of Sinn Féin MLA Chris Hazzard as the north’s first Infrastructure Minister gives an added impetus to the Narrow Water project

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Money Talks To Itself, now, in Ireland…

The Ulster Bank, on May 25th, announced that is about to sell €875 million of its “troubled mortgages belonging to uncooperative customers

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The Steel Cranes

The people of Ireland, since 30 September 2008, have been taught a harsh lesson in the nature of class power and the Irish State

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North of Ireland election results

The final results of the election in the North of Ireland show some changes in the composition of the new Assembly

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Enda Kenny re-elected Taoiseach after ‘tawdry deals’

Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has received the seal of office of Taoiseach from the President after being re-elected this afternoon with the help of nine independents and the tacit support of Fianna Fail

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Elections in North of Ireland

Today people in the North of Ireland will be casting their vote to renew the Assembly, the parliament established under the Good Friday Agreement, signed in 1998

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The Challenges Ahead – Five for west Belfast

Next Thursday May 5th – the anniversary of the death on hunger strike of my friend and comrade Bobby Sands – there will an election to the Assembly

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