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Yes Jeremy Corbyn did sympathise with the IRA

Yes Jeremy Corbyn did sympathise with the IRA

James Bickerton May 15, 2017 1

Yesterday morning, on The Andrew Marr show, Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry was asked once again about Jeremy Corbyn’s attitude towards the IRA. Her response was intriguing to say the least. Thornberry explained

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Martin McGuinness 1950-2017, Man of War. Man of Peace?

Martin McGuinness 1950-2017, Man of War. Man of Peace?

James Bickerton March 21, 2017 0

During the 1980’s the Irish Republican movement adopted a twin strategy, to achieve their objectives via the ‘Armalite and ballot box’. No four words, however carefully crafted, describe the life of Martin McGuinness better

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The Loony Left Holding Northern Ireland to Ransom

The Loony Left Holding Northern Ireland to Ransom

Eimhear Macfarlane March 15, 2015 6

Northern Ireland is a place unlike the rest of the UK. Our Troubles have been well documented but it seems that a new conflict is on the verge of breaking out. Not one based

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Political Polarisation: bad news for Ed and Dave, good news for Britain

Backbencher May 27, 2013 0

by Josh Hitchens We’re just over half way through this parliament and a definite shift to both sides of the political spectrum has taken place over the past two and a bit years. On

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Barack Obama and the Middle East Question

Barack Obama and the Middle East Question

Backbencher March 23, 2013 2

Samuel Kerr considers whether President Obama can succeed where his predecessors failed.  Barack Obama has begun the obligatory second-term responsibilities of an American President by visiting the Middle East and discussing peace. The President

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