Belfast Telegraph

Search teams examining forest land in France for the body of republican murder victim Seamus Ruddy

Why Seamus Ruddy saga makes case for a PTSD centre in Northern Ireland unanswerable 

Influenced as much by The Clash's Joe Strummer as Karl Marx, or Che Guevara, this writer became an early convert to Left-wing causes. Even by the end of the 1970s, this fledgling Leftist was adopting the "causes" of others across the planet, such as the heroic Vietnamese, who had driven out the Americans and were now engaged in an equally justified war against the genocidal Khmer Rouge, Pol Pot and their Chinese backers.

Theresa May's hardline stance on Brexit has shocked many who wanted to remain in the EU

The mask slips... Theresa May is revealed as the hardest of Brexiteers 

In the early hours of June 24 it became apparent in the Titanic Centre, Belfast, that the people of Northern Ireland had delivered - with a clear and unequivocal voice across the traditional boundaries and divisions of our scarred society - their desire that Northern Ireland remain within the European Union. Watching the results elsewhere, particularly from the north of England, it also became clear that our victory in battle was about to be squandered in the war across the Irish Sea.


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