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Sinn Fein Ard Fheis features multi-faceted personalities

It’s interesting, the people – some expected, some unexpected – one meets at a political Ard Fheis – in this case, Sinn Féin’s in Dublin’s ultra-modern glass and steel, Liffey-fronting Convention Centre recently. 729 more words

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 Is journalism a lost profession?

It was a momentous day today when I read the final Evening Standard column by Roy Greenlade. In the article he went through charting an amazing transformation in the media over the past 10 years. 453 more words

A SLICKER FULL OF LIES

THE CLOSEST Piers Morgan has come to standing in the dock was in 2000.

He was editor of the Daily Mirror.

The government launched an investigation after he made huge profits from shares tipped by the paper. 4,984 more words

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