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Boston and Nashville: The perils of a policy of force

19 JUNE 2013

Boston and Nashville: The perils of a policy of force

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Desmond De Silva's review of the Finucane murder

Don’t legislate for collusion?

05 APRIL 2013

Don’t legislate for collusion?

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Eamon Gilmore Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs

Dublin and the North: supporting, but not supplanting local politicians

10 JANUARY 2013

Dublin and the North: supporting, but not supplanting local politicians

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Fit to teach in university?

27 MAY 2012 – ANON DEPLUME

By Anon Deplume Telling someone what to do is not teaching. “You must show them.” I remember being commended as a child for showing a classmate how to subtract using a few of those tiny plastic counting cubes. Our teacher, suggesting a future career i

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Marian Price

The growth of secret ’evidence’ and the case of Marian Price

13 MAY 2012 – DANIEL HOLDER

By Daniel Holder There were two significant reminders last week about the creeping use of secret ‘evidence.’ The first was the continued imprisonment of Marian McGlinchey (née Price) despite her three co-accused walking free when a judge threw out charg

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Hain, the Attorney General and Information Control

27 APRIL 2012 – RUTH O'REILLY

Hain, the Attorney General and Information Control

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the church gives answers

Holding the Church to account

01 DECEMBER 2011 – CHRIS MOORE

Holding the Church to account

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Alasdair McDonnell is the new SDLP leader

SDLP- Choosing the Leader. Again

07 NOVEMBER 2011 – CONNALL PARR

Choosing the Leader. Again

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Patrick Corrigan of Amnesty International

Reflections on Northern Ireland’s child abuse inquiry

05 OCTOBER 2011 – PATRICK CORRIGAN

Reflections on Northern Ireland’s child abuse inquiry

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Tories on the edge

Tories on the edge

08 SEPTEMBER 2011 – PATRICK HAUGSENG

With Scottish Conservative hopes dashed at the general election and a Conservative pact with the UUP leading to nothing, Patrick Haugseng looks at how Conservatives are now trying to make a break outside England.

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What constitutes open justice?

Opening up the courts

31 JULY 2011 – PATRICK HAUGSENG

With calls to roll cameras into our courtrooms from our own Attorney General and legal professionals across the UK, we ask if filming court proceedings really is the best way to open up our justice system and what other avenues might be available.

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Police Ombudsman Al Hutchinson
The fierce assault on the perimeter of the Short Strand this week

Short Strand v the media narrative

26 JUNE 2011

Short Strand v the media narrative

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Corporation Tax Consultation launch in March

Corporation Tax: new jobs or just hot money?

19 JUNE 2011 – MARK LANGHAMMER

Corporation Tax: hot money?

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Attorney General John Larkin QC

The Attorney General and the past

12 JUNE 2011 – MIKE RITCHIE

The CAJ's Mike Ritchie considers the role the Attorney General is playing in examining some of the most controversial moments of the Troubles

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July is known as marching season

Do we all have a role to play in Ardoyne?

05 JUNE 2011 – WILL MALONEY

Will Moloney piece

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