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16 11, 2018

THE ROAD TO REFERENDUM GETS OFF TO FANTASTIC START

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There was a broad unity of consensus around what sort of future the inhabitants of this island should strive for in terms of Education, Healthcare, Housing and so on. All fundamental rights that citizens of a modern democratic state should have!

18 09, 2018

Constituent Assembly Best-Placed To Agree ‘New Republic’

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England’s difficulty is Ireland’s opportunity is an adage of old that today finds new relevance, as the possibility of a hard Brexit rears its head. As Brexit and demographic change in the North speed the prospect of constitutional change, we can ill afford to sit back. Republicanism now must lead, at this time of critical importance.

11 08, 2018

ROUTE TO REPUBLIC LIES IN STRUGGLE FROM BELOW

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Building struggle from below at a grassroots level, engaging ordinary people on a positive basis through political campaigning and initiative, is the journey that now must begin. Any hope that remains for the Irish Republic depends on it.

21 07, 2018

BRITAIN MUST ‘EVOLVE’ HER POSITION TO MAKE WAY FOR IRISH UNITY

By |July 21st, 2018|Societies|Comments Off on BRITAIN MUST ‘EVOLVE’ HER POSITION TO MAKE WAY FOR IRISH UNITY

Theresa May’s keynote speech in Belfast, delivered earlier today at the Waterfront Hall, pushed a demand from the British Government — as it struggles to reconcile its position in Ireland with its preferred Brexit design — that the EU, and not Britain, ‘evolve’ its position in regard to Ireland... .

4 07, 2018

‘AGREED NEW IRELAND’ A FURTHER USURP OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC

By |July 4th, 2018|Societies|Comments Off on ‘AGREED NEW IRELAND’ A FURTHER USURP OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC

The ‘Good Friday’ border poll, with the ‘agreed new Ireland’ it intends toward, is a forward mechanism to preserve state power in a future United Ireland. At the critical point — should the current ‘settlement’ fail to hold — it is geared toward a constitutional revision that can present as Irish Unity without disturbing the power structure...