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Belfast Telegraph
Still obediently following Fenian instruction booklet Gerry Adams wants to put the 1981 hunger strikers on a par with the men of 19
Still obediently following Fenian instruction booklet
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Gerry Adams wants to put the 1981 hunger strikers on a par with the men of 1916, writes Ruth Dudley Edwards. Since the mid-19th century, when nationalism got its grip on us, we have been... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The five pillars of Jeremy Corbyn's bid to run BritainA close friend of Corbyn, John McDonnell, the MP for Hayes and Harlington, assu
The five pillars of Jeremy Corbyn's bid to run Britain
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
A close friend of Corbyn, John McDonnell, the MP for Hayes and Harlington, assumed the role of campaign manager. As chair of the Socialist Campaign Group, it was McDonnell himself that persuaded Corbyn to enter the leadership race. Richard Murphy,... Read more
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International Business Times
Iranian embassy to re-open in London 35 years after terrorist siege Iran's embassy to the UK in London, and the UK's embassy in Tehran, are both se
Iranian embassy to re-open in London 35 years after terrorist siege
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
Iran's embassy to the UK in London, and the UK's embassy in Tehran, are both set to officially re-open today. The embassies are re-opening four years after a mob attacked the UK's embassy in Tehran, and 35 years after the famous siege of the Iranian... Read more
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Independent
Belfast paramilitary murals: Colourful emblems of a city's tortured past to receive makeoverNow there are moves to transform the paramilitary murals that have adorned the
Belfast paramilitary murals: Colourful emblems of a city's tortured past to receive makeover
Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Now there are moves to transform the paramilitary murals that have adorned the walls of houses in the city for up to 35 years. Following two years of negotiations between the city council, the housing executive and independent think-tank Charter NI,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Jeremy Corbyn, the boy to the manor bornHis father David, born in 1915, was a solicitor’s son who grew up in west Londo
Jeremy Corbyn, the boy to the manor born
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
His father David, born in 1915, was a solicitor’s son who grew up in west London and became a brilliant electrical engineer working for the war effort. His mother Naomi was that rare thing in those days, a female scientist, who later became a maths... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Britain to reopen embassy in Iran on Bobby Sands Street A file picture taken in Tehran on November 29, 2011, shows Iranian protesters
Britain to reopen embassy in Iran on Bobby Sands Street
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
A file picture taken in Tehran on November 29, 2011, shows Iranian protesters gathering outside the British embassy as some break into it and bring down the Union flag. AFP/Getty... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Meet the socialist firebrands who could form Jeremy Corbyn's cabinetIf managing the nation's finances is like managing your household, this 75 year
Meet the socialist firebrands who could form Jeremy Corbyn's cabinet
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
If managing the nation's finances is like managing your household, this 75 year old MP is ideal for the job, as he is reported to own at least six homes. According to the Guardian, the socialist veteran - who once proposed banning people from owning... Read more
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U TV
Air show grounded again amid political rowOrganisers have hit out, claiming they're being held to ransom because of an on
Air show grounded again amid political row
U TV / Posted 28 days ago
Organisers have hit out, claiming they're being held to ransom because of an ongoing row between the DUP and Sinn Féin over future development at the 300 acre site. Chairman of the society Raymond Burrows said: “Again we’re completely disgusted and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Old foes Smith and Walsh now share stage in bid to build bridges between communities Seanna Walsh and William ‘Plum’ Smith meet at the Lanark Way gates, off the S
Old foes Smith and Walsh now share stage in bid to build bridges between communities
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Seanna Walsh and William ‘Plum’ Smith meet at the Lanark Way gates, off the Springfield Road in Belfast, yesterday They were once enemies in the 'war' years -... Read more

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