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It’s an interesting negotiating position to start by saying everything one side proposed is utterly rejected. Unsurprisingly it’s also one that’s not too successful.
Negotiations are about give and take. 169 more words
Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD has accused the Taoiseach, Enda Kenny of signing up to a British Government agenda to obstruct efforts to get truth and justice for the victims of state violence and collusion, including the family of murdered human rights lawyer Pat Finucane. 486 more words
By Tomás M. Creamer
Even though I joined Twitter right as 2011 was ending, it was only since last September, when I went to University, that I bothered to try and get to grips with the medium. 736 more words
THE Detroit Water Brigade, who travelled more than 4,000 miles from the United States to show solidarity with the Right2Water campaign, were given a special ‘James Connolly connection’ presentation by Sinn Féin. 216 more words
On Easter Monday wearing her Citizen’s Army uniform and distinct feathered hat, she nervously placed ammunition in her pistol. Her finger slipped over the trigger and a bullet tore through her bedroom door, the noise reverberating through the empty building like a thunderclap. 1,182 more words