British Cultural Institutions Are Thieves

British Cultural Institutions Are Thieves

March 16, 2021

The Culture Minister of Greece has spoken out after Boris Johnson the British Prime Minister reasserted the United Kingdom’s claims to the Marbles stolen from the Parthenon. Lina Mendoni said: “that new data “show that there was never a legitimate acquisition of the

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RAF Respond on Irish Airspace Incursion Query

RAF Respond on Irish Airspace Incursion Query

March 16, 2021

The RAF at Valley have responded to the Celtic League query sent last week about the operations of jet trainers based at the base over the Central Irish Area. The query was sent after a post (screenshot taken) from a flight radar online

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Council of Europe Move Gives Impetus to Finucane Murder Probe

Council of Europe Move Gives Impetus to Finucane Murder Probe

March 13, 2021

The Council of Europe is to initiate action over the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane. The Controversial murder of Mr Finucane is alleged to have been carried out by loyalist murder gangs orchestrated by the British Intellence Services. It is one of

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New Date for Reconvened MFV Bugaled Breizh Tragedy

New Date for Reconvened MFV Bugaled Breizh Tragedy

March 13, 2021

A BBC report here indicates the inquiry into the loss of the MFV Bugaled Breizh from Brttinany off Cornwall in 2004 will be reconvened in London later this year. The coroner’s inquest had earlier been opened in Cornwall before being passed to the

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RAF Incursion into Irish Airspace – Update

RAF Incursion into Irish Airspace – Update

March 13, 2021

The RAF at Valley have acknowledged the concerns expressed by the Celtic League about alleged incursion by military aircraft into Irish Airspace and have promised a response ‘early next week’. The League had written to query the operation of military training aircraft from

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Press Release: A United Call to Demonstrate in Support of the Breton Language

Press Release: A United Call to Demonstrate in Support of the Breton Language

March 13, 2021

Eurolang (issued 12th March 2021) The parents’ association for state bilingual education (DIV YEZH BREIZH), the network of Breton-medium schools (DIWAN), the Breton teachers’ association (KELENNOMP), and several teachers’ unions convened last week to discuss the obstacles faced by the teaching of Breton

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RAF Incursion Into Irish Airspace Queried by League

RAF Incursion Into Irish Airspace Queried by League

March 13, 2021

The Celtic League have written to the RAF to ask if RAF Hawk trainers entered Irish Airspace this week during training exercises. The main base for RAF flying training is at Valley on Anglesey and the Hawk trainers from this base operate over

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Bill Sends a Missive to Greta

Bill Sends a Missive to Greta

March 13, 2021

BILL SENDS A MISSIVE TO GRETA “An MLC has sent a copy of his Legislative Council speech on climate change to activist Greta Thunberg. Bill Henderson gave his speech during the first reading of the Climate Change Bill last week. It’s back before

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New Twist in Bugaled Breizh Inquiry

New Twist in Bugaled Breizh Inquiry

March 13, 2021

The long running series of inquiries into the loss of the Breton Motor Fishing Vessel MFV ‘Bugaled Breizh’ has taken a new twist with a Advocate representing some of the families of the dead crewmen demanding satellite photographs of a Royal Navy base

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Traveller Ethnic Discrimination Condemned by UK Government

Traveller Ethnic Discrimination Condemned by UK Government

March 13, 2021

New evidence of discrimination against the Traveller community has been reported by the BBC which cites condemnation of the practice by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. A spokesperson for Johnson said it was: ‘Completely unacceptable to discriminate on the basis of race or

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