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2015/05/20 20:30
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One of Surrey’s oldest heritage buildings, Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1471, has been torn down. Its lifetime spanned three centuries and it survived a move to Surrey Centre Cemetery, where it sat for two...
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2015/05/13 15:49
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Happy 80th birthday, Eddie Linden, poet, pacifist and Catholic atheist John Cooney, who is writing a biography of the Scots-Irish poet and editor of Aquarius, profiles this complex and charismatic...
2015/04/28 23:51
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Last updated at 14:00, Thursday, 03 April 2008 1884: the day religious divide spilled over into violent riots A more peaceful parade: An Orange Parade along Esk Avenue, Mirehouse in 1983 AS MOST...
2015/04/22 07:38
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The sectarian content of Northern Ireland’s competing regional daily newspaper titles is fascinating. ‘Police admit collusion with loyalist killer’ was the splash in The Irish News on Monday 9 March,...
2015/04/21 12:00
2015/04/21 12:00
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Damien "Dee" Fennell, 33, from Duneden Park in the Ardoyne area of north Belfast, is also accused of inviting support for a proscribed organisation. The charges are connected to a speech he gave...
2015/04/20 13:00
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The Ardoyne parade dispute has been running since July 2013, when an Orange parade was banned from returning past the Ardoyne shop fronts. The Orange Order said the review will be headed by Dr James...
2015/04/19 02:09
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Right-wing blogger Alistair McConnachie, who refused to accept that the Nazis used gas chambers to kill Jews at Auschwitz, is supporting Ukip's candidate in Glasgow Central. McConnachie was one of...
2015/04/18 02:09
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Here was Britain, once "an exemplary country"; "the small island with a massive impact"; "the bright light in the North Sea that has exceeded expectations decade after decade, century after century"....
2015/04/18 01:49
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The Luck of the Irish, by Babette Smith: a good story, but the author is naive on Irish history Tale of convicts in Australia, written in a sometimes frustratingly accessible style Babette Smith’s...
2015/05/20 20:30
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