Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has launched the Sinn Féin Commission on the Future of Ireland with the announcement that the inaugural People’s Assembly will take place in Belfast on 12th October in the Waterfront Hall between 7pm and 9pm.
While the British government continues its unilateral attack on the Northern Ireland Protocol, the UK is simultaneously engaged in a second unilateral attack on the rule of law. This one targets the delivery of truth and justice to survivors and families of individuals killed during the Troubles.
Thanks to The S*n’s political correspondent, Natasha Clark, we now know what the key issues are in the election for the next occupant of 10 Downing Street. Issues, that is, for the micro-electorate of Tory MPs (stage one) and Tory party members (stage two) who will decide who gets to inherit that very expensive wallpaper (£840-a-roll) which keeps peeling off.
Following hard on the heels of the visiting U.S. congressional delegation led by Congressman Richard Neal, an audience at Queen's University Belfast will this week be given an even more detailed perspective on current Irish American thinking on issues surrounding the future of the North in the wake of Brexit and in the context of continued Irish American backing for the Good Friday Agreement.