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Son of gangland killer ‘Cotton Eye’ Joe Delaney urges underworld figures to unite at anti-migrant protest

Irish Independent 03 Feb 2023
... to the National Party, Ireland would be in a far, far better place.“If we all got together, if everyone put a bit of work in to help the National Party to get them into the Dáil, our country would be restored, back to helping Irish people.“No homelessness.
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DUP reiterates it will not re-enter Stormont until protocol replaced

AOL 03 Feb 2023
DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has restated his position to the Irish Foreign Minister that his party will not re-enter the Stormont Assembly until the Northern Ireland Protocol is replaced. Tanaiste Micheal Martin is meeting the main five political parties in Belfast amid the continuing stalemate within the devolved government.
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Cape Ann Business Briefcase

Gloucester Times 03 Feb 2023
Entrees are judged by third-party evaluators who are top media professionals in the field using strict criteria ... Irish ... Ticket purchase includes admittance to the Irish Sweepstakes Day party and drawing Thursday, March 16, at Gloucester Elks at Bass Rocks from 5 to 7 p.m.
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Junior minister Niall Collins pledges support for coursing amid backlash against blood sports

Irish Independent 03 Feb 2023
There seems to be a division in Sinn Féin.”DJ Histon, chief executive officer of the Irish Coursing Club, said it received cross-party support when a private members’ bill was voted down in the Dáil in 2016.On Minister Collins’ support, he said.
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Tanaiste in Belfast for meetings with Stormont parties

RTE 03 Feb 2023
The Tanaiste is in Belfast today for another series of meetings with the five main Stormont parties ... Naomi Long of the Alliance Party, SDLP leader Colum Eastwood and Doug Beattie of the Ulster Unionist Party.
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Why Now? All the West’s Ruling Classes Are Suddenly Enabling Invasion, by James Kirkpatrick

The Unz Review 03 Feb 2023
Britain’s Conservative Party seems utterly determined to destroy itself and the Union ... A kind of nihilism lies behind the policy of importing “migrants” that is especially obscene, given that Irish political parties grew out of the nationalist struggle for independence.
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EU ‘anxious to deal’ with unionist concerns over NI Protocol, says Tanaiste

AOL 03 Feb 2023
But Sinn Fein highlighted the one-year anniversary of the collapse of the Stormont Executive, with party vice-president Michelle O’Neill accusing the DUP of “punishing the public”. One year ago, former DUP first minister Paul Givan resigned as part of his party’s protest over the post-Brexit deal.
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Romancing The Stone star Kathleen Turner, 68, still glows on a red carpet after nearly ...

The Daily Mail 03 Feb 2023
The award-winning thespian was posing at the opening night after party for Irish Repertory Theatre's production of the one-act play End Game from writer Samuel Beckett about a blind man and his parents who live in a shack ... Party time in Manhattan ... Kathleen was smart to wear comfortable blue lace up sneakers for the party.
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What’s behind the attack on Black history? Fear, of course.

Victoria Advocate 03 Feb 2023
A display of banned books at the San Jose Public Library (Photo courtesy of San Jose Public Library via Flickr ... Florida Gov ... SUBSCRIBE ... In the 1850s, the nativist political party of the same name flourished by training its sights on the wave of German and Irish immigrants who were viewed as a threat to the established white, Protestant order ... Sen ... .
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EXCLUSIVE: 'More terrorists WILL enter the US now': Expert makes damning prediction after TSA's No ...

The Daily Mail 03 Feb 2023
DailyMail.com obtained the complete list from 2019, which shows many highly profiled members of the Chinese Communist Party, Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), gun runners and convicted terrorists from the Middle East ... The TSA's No Fly List, found on an unprotected server last week, has now been shared toa forum on the dark web ... READ MORE ... .
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The Guardian view on a Northern Ireland deal: time to beat the clock | Editorial

The Guardian 02 Feb 2023
... are the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday agreement on 10 April and the legal obligation to call fresh assembly elections if there is no power-sharing agreement between the Northern Irish parties before 13 April.
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Potential buyers circling Cork ice-cream firm Silver Pail Dairy

Irish Independent 02 Feb 2023
Examinership can be extended to 100 days if a scheme of arrangement cannot be formulated within the initial timeframe.It is believed there has been significant interest in the Irish business and there is thought to be a strong likelihood that a deal will be struck in the coming ...
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The dreaded Irish weather makes Shannon an ideal place to test new car technology

Irish Independent 02 Feb 2023
We want to support Irish companies to develop their products and compete on the world stage.It’s not just the car, automation of agriculture is also our focus and because of our proximity to Shannon we have expanded to air mobility – drones and air taxis.​Functional foundationsI’m from Navan and boarded at Gormanston College.
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Former soldier to be sentenced for McAnespie killing

RTE 02 Feb 2023
Aidan McAnespie was shot dead in February 1988 ... They have been rejected by all of Northern Ireland's political parties and the Irish Government and face considerable opposition in the House of Lords where they are currently being debated ... The legislation follows a Conservative Party commitment to legal protections for British army veterans. .

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