DRACONIAN anti-terror legislation that permits employment discrimination to not only ex-political prisoners but also their families saw a British army officer cadet kicked out of the military. The news was passed to the high-performing young woman on the day before she was due to pass out at Sandhurst. The problems faced by ex-paramilitaries and their […]
After a weekend behind bars, the leading West Belfast republican Pádraic Wilson has been released on bail.
Before my recent Welsh wanderings, I was last seen in the company of Cymraeg activists back in 1985 when
SAOR Uladh – or Soar Uladh as they were calling themselves on this wall in Lenadoon for a while – are inviting us to join our local unit. Squinter will come clean and say that he didn’t know Saor Uladh existed, much less that they had a unit in Lenadoon.
SURVIVORS and relatives of those who lost loved ones during a loyalist car-bomb and gun attack in West Belfast 40 years ago have called for an independent investigation into the events of the day and are considering civil proceedings against the Chief Constable Matt Baggot.