“Full Steam Ahead, John Redmond said That everything was well chum; Home Rule will come when we are dead And buried out in Belgium” James Connolly The First World War was neither great nor glorious. It was a clash of Empires who all shared the aim of subjugating working people
Brian McDermott looks into symbols of politics and the politics of symbols in Northern Ireland. Richard Haas and Meghan O’Sullivan concluded their discussions on Flags, Parades and the Past with the presentation of their report at year’s end 2013. They had spent over six months in meetings, discussions, plenary sessions and one-to-one briefing sessions, but
Rev. Chris Hudson looks at the state of progressive politics within the unionist working class. I remember some time ago a prominent Irish Communist stated to me that the one big mistake the Soviet Union made was ignoring the national or ethnic question. Yet those on the Irish Left persist with making that mistake
Cllr Ted Tynan analyses the Government’s drive to sell off public assets.
“As a people, we are excluded from any share in framing the laws by which we are governed. The higher ranks usurped the exclusive exercise of that privilege, as well as many other rights, by force, fraud and fiction.” When Jemmy was given a present of Eamon Dunphy’s biography he