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Special adviser bill passes consideration stage Mary McArdle was in jail for her part in the murder of Mary Travers Sinn Fein has failed to amend a bill designed to block former prisoners with serious offences from taking up posts as special advisors.
The British government must open itself up to an independent inquiry if Northern Ireland is ever to achieve true peace, its deputy first minister Martin McGuinness said today. "Unfortunately, to date, the British state has refused to acknowledge its
Rating In Summary County assembly members, the successors of councillors as we now know them, are basically supposed to be the elected representatives closest to the people under the new law. In many of the countries from which we borrowed the ideas
Price was jailed for her part in the 1973 Old Bailey bombing, which injured more than 200 people. In a Sunday Telegraph interview, she made a number of claims about Mr Adams including the allegation he had sanctioned the bombing. Mr Adams has
Assembly motion calls for Irish government apology Gregory Campbell presented the DUP motion DUP minister Arlene Foster has said she will lead a delegation of victims to Dublin to press the Irish government on its failures during the Troubles. Mrs
Dublin City Council joins Cork City Council and Belfast City Council, who passed similar motions in June, as well as Omagh, Down, Moyle and Magherafelt District Councils who passed motions during the summer months. "This is a wonderful step by Dublin
Northern Ireland have warned Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams that a threat has been made against his life. Mr Adams has been informed that the threat level against him was "very high", according to party sources. A Sinn Fein spokesman said: "We are
Mr Ford, who has been widely tipped for the justice job, said more work needed to be done "in progressing a community relations strategy". "So, on the basis of a leaders' meeting tomorrow, there would not be an Alliance nomination," he said...The DUP
The conference also heard from the two leadership candidates Alasdair McDonnell and Margaret Ritchie...He attacked Sinn Fein for agreeing the the appointment of a justice minister being made outside d'Hondt system of proportional representation. "
The Irish National Liberation Army has decommissioned its weapons, days before the body overseeing Northern Ireland paramilitary weapons ceases to exist...In October, it said it would pursue its aims by exclusively peaceful means. The republican