Progress? Yes. But change?

Article first published in the Mid Ulster Mail on August 17, 2012 Bernadette Devlin LITTLE has changed in the 40 years since Bernadette Devlin McAliskey took her seat in Westminster. There’s been progress, she says, the token gestures, the handshake.But change? In 1969 the 21 year-old was thrust onto the main political stage when she... Continue Reading →

‘The British government has dragged us through the mud for 45 years – now there’s proof one of their officers was involved in the massacre’ – Des Lee

A survivor of the Miami Showband massacre has called the existence of army documents naming an undercover solider at the scene as "the final nail in the coffin". Des Lee, who miraculously survived the 1975 atrocity, said the Ministry of Defence (MoD) papers calling out Captain Robert Nairac and his alleged role in the UVF... Continue Reading →

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