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Jeremy Corbyn and Irish unity

By Liam McNulty

One major attack line from the Tories and their press during the General Election was Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Dianne Abbott’s alleged links to Sinn Féin and the Provisional IRA in the 1980s. 271 more words

Labour

Spirit Animals Exist in Every Culture

You might not think this is something I need to devote a whole WordPress article to. I respectfully disagree.

Recently I went out drinking with some friends. 881 more words

Opinion

Moe's Café, Tramore, Waterford.

A chance meeting in that café by the beach,

Where we sat and chatted easily as only family can,

About life and plans and age and youth and memories we share. 25 more words

Poetry

Rinse & Repeat

Rinse & Repeat

Engaging, topical, musical discussions in the abyss of Facebook groups are few and far between. But, last night one topic encouraged just that. 877 more words

Something for the weekend: Tayto Park and the new Viking Voyage

Got kids or are you a big kid at heart want to go on an adventure, visit a Zoo, visit some dinosaurs AND go on some amazing thrill-seeker rides well the answer lies in Tayto Park!! 334 more words

Ireland

When Nic and I were planning this trip to Europe, we knew we wanted to go to Ireland. We had both visited Dublin separately before, but we both loved it, so we decided to make it our first stop. 1,167 more words

Travel

Burrow Beach, Sutton, Dublin on a Summer's day.

Silver sand, flowing tide.

Sitting with my son.

A memory filed.

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