Sinn Féin recorded a stunning advance in the latest Irish general election, topping the poll with 24.5%. The two dominant parties since partition, Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil could only muster 43.1% between them, their worst combined showing in the history of the state.
Support for Sinn Féin has increased dramatically in the opinion polls ahead of the Irish general election to be held on 8 February.
Report from the November 2019 Sinn Fein Ard Fheis (annual conference) in Derry.
Two significant opinion polls have put the question of Irish unification firmly on the agenda.
An important and welcome development has taken place with the publication of works of James Connolly for the first time in Brazil – translated into Portuguese.
Relatives of the Ballymurphy Massacre have been stunned hearing the Inquest testimony of soldiers responsible for the deaths of their loved ones, as they related their part in the murders of eleven unarmed civilians at the hands of members of the Parachute regiment in 1971.