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Orange Violence, Hangover from British Misrule

Finian Cunningham

This article first appeared on Press TV.  To many people around the world, the violence in Northern Ireland this weekend may seem incomprehensible. After all, it is nearly 15 years since the political conflict in the British province of Ireland was officially declared over, with the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. That agreement was meant […]

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Bloody Sunday: Put Britain in the Dock

Workers Action

Bernadette Devlin McAliskey I witnessed the events of Bloody Sunday and its violent legacy. The British government, not soldiers, should be held to account. The outcome of the Saville inquiry has been published. A second British prime minister has apologised for the killing of unarmed and innocent protesters. This time the British government acknowledged the […]

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