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Joe Horgan

Joe Horgan

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The turbulent waters of 21st century politics

IT SEEMS that 2016, the centenary of something truly momentous in this country’s history, started...

14.04.2024 30

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A largely unconsidered, uncelebrated people

The second generation Irish in Britain are scarcely represented in any artform. Michael Flavin’s ...

13.02.2024 20

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Falsely demonising immigrants as a threat to Irish society

THE Irish far right claim that there is a direct link between immigration and violence. They say,...

20.01.2024 20

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Joe Horgan

Demonising immigrants as a threat to Irish society

THE Irish far right claim that there is a direct link between immigration and violence. They say,...

13.01.2024 9

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On the side of humanity

MARIA Fusco is a writer from Belfast who has written a small book about something Ireland likes t...

23.12.2023 40

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Sadness, stormy weather and hope

WE CARRIED the coffin through the uneven path and in the graveyard overlooking the sea the accord...

13.11.2023 8

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Is England really a grey and unpleasant land?

I HAVEN’T lived in England since 1999. I’ve been back, of course, though at times there have been...

11.10.2023 8

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An all too familiar tale of emigration, heartache and hope

MY youngest has left Ireland and gone to London. It’s not much of an original story. In many ways...

11.09.2023 8

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