Friday January 17, 2020

How Sinn Féin can stop Brexit

The party of abstentionism has an historic opportunity to safeguard the future of both parts of this island

10th September, 2017
Michelle O'Neill leader of Sein Fein in the north

My knowledge of theology is very limited. Although I have read a little of the writings of that enlightened theologian Professor Enda McDonagh, my ignorance persists. I know that some will argue that my confession of ignorance ought not be restricted to theology.

However, I know a little of the theology of the republican movement as adapted by the modern-day Sinn Féin.

For the first time in the history of today’s Sinn Féin,...

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