Former Northern Ireland first minister David Trimble has said the Irish government’s stance on the Border could provoke loyalist paramilitaries.
The son of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane is to stand for Sinn Féin in North Belfast on general election day, June 8.
Reviews: A State In Denial: British Collaboration with Loyalist Paramilitaries by Margaret Urwin & Adventures of a Wonky Eyed Boy: The Short Arse Years by Jason Byrne.
Raymond McCord, 53, the father of a Belfast man murdered by Loyalist paramilitaries in 1997 took his campaign to...
<p>Nationalist politicians have accused the British government of being "soft" on Loyalist paramilitaries after ...
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