Friday January 24, 2020

More than 'beautiful words' needed after Lyra McKee's death

The New IRA's language of division and hate remains and will remain unless it is challenged by words of peace and real efforts to take the framework of the Good Friday Agreement and rework it

25th April, 2019
(L-R) Arlene Foster, Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O'Neill at the funeral service of journalist Lyra McKee. Pic: Getty

Greta has been personally insulted and bullied for her stance on climate change, something which she undoubtedly will continue to encounter as she pushes her climate protest wider and deeper.

Nothing brings out insult more than truth and Greta has shown already in her young life that she is not afraid to call it. In her calm and matter of fact way, Greta is the voice of a generation that rarely has a substantial audience,...

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