CARN Special 60th Anniversary Double Issue

CARN Special 60th Anniversary Double Issue

November 29, 2021

The Celtic League has produced a sixtieth anniversary double issue celebrating the Leagues achievements and activities over six decades supporting the politics, languages and culture of the Celtic countries|. It’s a forty-eight page issue with full color illustrations and has been compiled by

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Cymru: St David’s Day Petition and Wales ‘Levelled Down’

Cymru: St David’s Day Petition and Wales ‘Levelled Down’

November 15, 2021

The following two news items were raised in the November Newsletter of Yes Cymru: “St David’s Day Bank Holiday We’ve shared some links to the campaign to make St David’s Day a bank holiday on social media alongside our graphics. We know that not

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The British Army: Murder and Mayhem in Kenya

The British Army: Murder and Mayhem in Kenya

November 11, 2021

The British Army claims to be in Kenya to avert the threat of terror. But their presence has resulted in a series of brutal crimes with no justice, says Isabel Ringrose in an article for Socialist Worker. She reports on a recent murder

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On This Day – Padraig Pearse ‘The Salt of his Generation’ Was Born

On This Day – Padraig Pearse ‘The Salt of his Generation’ Was Born

November 11, 2021

On November 10th 1879 Pádraig Pearse was born in Dublin. Pearse is one of Irelands greatest patriots and was a leader of the Easter Rising after which he was executed by the British Army. “There are in every generation those who shrink from

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Raging Grannies Protest against continued allowed use of Shannon Airport, Ireland, by US Military

Raging Grannies Protest against continued allowed use of Shannon Airport, Ireland, by US Military

November 11, 2021

A group ‘of Raging Grannies’ staged a protest at the Irish Department of Transport on 5th Nov. They entered the reception area of the Department of Transport shortly after 2pm, looking to have a conversation with Minister Eamon Ryan about US military use

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Meet The ‘Shen Lan’!

Meet The ‘Shen Lan’!

November 11, 2021

A noticeable absence from COP26 was China and that’s important because China intends to expand its use gf coal for energy generation until 2030. However China’s appetite is also growing at sea. The graphic shows the MFV Shen Lan it came on stream

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‘Offensive To Justice’

‘Offensive To Justice’

November 11, 2021

The Offences Against the State Act, first enacted in Ireland by the De Valera government in 1939 and subject to periodic amendment since that time, has been regularly criticised by the United Nations and bodies such as Amnesty International and the Irish Council

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Mixed Fortunes of First Female Barristers

Mixed Fortunes of First Female Barristers

November 11, 2021

“A century ago, two women shattered a glass ceiling in the days before anyone knew what those words meant. “The names of Frances “Fay” Kyle and Averil Deverell are written large in the history of the legal profession in Ireland and Britain. “But

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Families Remain Unconvinced by British Inquest Conclusion Sinking of Bugaled Breizh an Accident

Families Remain Unconvinced by British Inquest Conclusion Sinking of Bugaled Breizh an Accident

November 11, 2021

The Breton fishing trawler, Bugaled Breizh, whose name means “children of Brittany” in the Breton language, sank suddenly off Cornwall in 2004, although the weather conditions were good, the vessel was well maintained and had an experienced crew. There has been a long

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Cooish 2021

Cooish 2021

November 11, 2021

Manx Radio has a report here on Cooish the Festival which promotes Manx language and culture: https://www.manxradio.com/…/videos-bring-cooish…/ You’ll find a summary of the history and development of Cooish on wikipedia (link below) “The festival was founded by Phil Gawne in the 1996 under

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