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Shouting in the service of the system

Eamonn McCann’s Irish Times articles are an odd thing. His casual disregard for the facts is matched only by his willingness to join the establishment chorus against Sinn Féin. 807 more words

Sinn Féin

Government parties continue to regain ground: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (29th March 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 28th March 2015 

Following Thursday’s Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI poll comes the latest in the series of Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion polls. In this poll, Fine Gael and Labour yet again are seen to make further gains, with the combined support levels now commanded by these parties at the highest level in months and with Labour now reaching the crucial 10% support level. 4,533 more words

Fianna Fail

Deal, or no deal (in Belfast)?

There has been little news since 9 March, when Sinn Fein surprisingly and abruptly withdrew their support for the Welfare Reform Bill making its way through Stormont. 336 more words

Devolution

The Paisley Adams Power Sharing Promise

On this day, March 26th, in 2007, a historic meeting was made in the North of Ireland.  Ian Paisley, an avid Protestant firebrand known for his “Never” phrases sat down with the other side of his coin, Gerry Adams, who led (and leads) Sinn Féin. 311 more words

Sinn Fein and the Government Parties make gains: Constituency-level analysis of the Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll (26th March 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 26th March 2015 

Nearly two weeks after the last series of Red CMillward Brown and Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls, the first… 5,178 more words

Fianna Fail