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Leaflet from Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin - Sinn Fein -Cavan Monaghan -1989 General Election

From the 1989 General Election a leaflet from Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin of Sinn Fein who was running in Cavan Monaghan. He polled 4,849 votes and missed out on a seat.
Many thanks to the sender.

Irish Politics

The New Executive

Well three weeks is certainly a long time in Norn Iron Politics. I was pretty disappointed as the results came thru. But today as the new Executive takes up office, I am actually quite happy. 676 more words

Critically examine the impact of the Irish Question on British politics between c1900 and 1922.

The Irish Question was placed on the British political spectrum in February of 1844, however throughout the years 1886-1922 the Irish Question became a profound part of British politics. 1,812 more words

Author, playwright and civil rights activist, Danny Morrison, to attend 'Ireland Writing Retreat'

Interesting experiences fire the imagination, so it’s little wonder Danny Morrison has become master of both the written and the spoken word as author of numerous books, including fiction and non-fiction, short stories and plays, as well as being a newspaper editor, insightful radio and television commentator, community arts festival chairperson and elected public official. 780 more words

Donegal

The Spectator, Jeremy Corbyn and the IRA

The Spectator‘s Alex Massie penned an article last Tuesday entitled: “Jeremy Corbyn should not be allowed to rewrite the history of his support for the IRA”. 3,580 more words

My Tribute to My Comrade Patsy O'Hara and His Family

On the 21st of May 1981 Patsy O’Hara. I.N.L.A. volunteer and my comrade in the Irish Republican Struggle for a United Socialist Ireland lost his life  at 11:29 pm, he died after 61 days  days on Hunger Strike at the age of 23. 343 more words

Outrage