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Today in Irish History – 9 December:

1791 – Birth of politician and diplomat, Sir Thomas Wyse, in St John, Co Waterford.

1845 – Frederick Douglass delivers a speech in Belfast: ‘The Cambria Riot, My Slave Experience, and My Irish Mission’. 604 more words

Irish History

The Foreign Oppressive British Presence

1990 image of The Foreign Oppressive British Presence (which is next to the Lark Of War). Ballycolman, Strabane.


Copyright © 1990 Peter Moloney


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Tony Blair and the IRA: The 'On The Runs' Scandal by Austen Morgan. Published by The Belfast Press.

Perhaps the greatest atrocity carried out by the PIRA in England was the joint bombing of Regents and Hyde Parks. The grotesque nature of the attacks were played out on televisions screens and newspaper front pages across the world. 1,456 more words

Why were TD's supporting the case of the bomber who wanted to destroy Prince Charles visit ?

Imagine if three MPs had written to the British courts to seek bail and leniency for an Al Qaeda bomber who was charged and subsequently convicted of planning a bomb in Westminster? 1,026 more words

Today in Irish History – 8 December:

In the Liturgical Calendar, today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. If it falls on a week day, Roman Catholic schoolchildren are given a holiday, marking the beginning of the Christmas season. 1,308 more words

Irish History

Be Financially Successful in 2017: 5 Things To Do Before The End of The Year

Another year is coming to an end and The New Year usually brings to mind resolutions, big plans to make change, and revived dedication to improving ourselves. 755 more words

Financial Advising