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Gerry Adams, claims, fact and the Irish Times

It didn’t take long. Yesterday in the Letters column of the Irish Times, Gerry Adams noted that said newspaper had clearly set out its stall as firmly in opposition to Sinn Féin being worthy to be in government in the south, or to have any hand, act or part in government. Swift as a thunderbolt, […]

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Easter 1916: they shouldn’t have bothered

  There’s an article in the Irish Times this morning titled ‘1916 centenary a time for reflection not celebration’.  I think that’s a reasonable proposition, so I pushed my marmalade to one side and had a closer read. It’s by a man called Dennis Kennedy and from the first paragraph he inches towards his central […]

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