International Socialist and Committed Supporter of the League

October 1, 2003

CELTIC LEAGUE PRESS INFORMATION INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST AND COMMITTED SUPPORTER OF THE LEAGUE The obituary set below was complied by Rhisiart Tal-e-bot of the Celtic League Cornish branch: “Royston Green, the first Secretary of the Cornwall Branch of the Celtic League, passed away on

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May 2, 2001

Almost a year ago we directed a fairly straightforward enquiry to the British Ministry of Defence following an incident at the VLF Criggion installation on the Welsh /English border. The facility, operated on behalf of the MOD by British Telecom, was sealed off

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Ulster Employment Discrimination Confirmed by Labour Force Survey – 12-02-1997

February 12, 1997

In August 1995, the Celtic League produced a report highly critical of the impact of so called Fair Employment Legislation in Ulster entitled, “Employment Discrimination in the North of Ireland” (see CARN magazine – Autumn 1995) This report concluded that, on the basis

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Celtic Film Festival Snubs Mannin!

January 15, 1997

A video production unit established at a Manx secondary school produced a professional quality production entitled “Manx Myths and Fairy Tales”. The subject is self explanatory and Irish and Scottish viewers would probably recognise many of these ancient Manx legends as having counterparts

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1997 Is The Year That Matters! – 30-01-1997

January 1, 1997

Mebyon Kernow Press Release – 30-01-1997 Five centuries ago, 15000 sons of Cornwall took a stand against the rule of London. Marching all the way from the Lizard village of St. Keverne to Blackheath near London, they represented Cornwall and the wishes of

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British Retreat on “National” identity card system

October 16, 1996

The British Government has scrapped controversial plans to introduce a “national” identity card system the decision comes just weeks after UK Home Secretary Michael Howard had indicated the UK were to press ahead with the scheme. The plans have attracted considerable debate in

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Basque / Celtic Link is long-established

September 1, 1996

“Anti-terror police check on ETA” – Headlines like this (from the English “Guardian”) appeared in many UK papers after a tribute appeared in a pro-separatist Basque newspaper to the young unarmed Irishmen Diarmuid O’Neill killed by police in London on 23 September. The

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1996 Celtic League A.G.M. Resolutions

August 15, 1996

The following resolutions were adopted at the Annual General Meeting in Plomeur, Brittany on August 10th 1996. Due to the number of motions proposed, not all were considered in the allotted time those still outstanding will be referred to the General Council of

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World Conference on Linguistic Rights – Barcelona, June 1996

June 16, 1996

IMPLEMENT DECLARATION NOW! A large number of linguistic associations and specialists have been working throughout the past three years to produce a Declaration on linguistic rights. This group acknowledges the fact that, traditionally, colonising language groups have marginalised and oppressed languages spoken by

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English Queen Goes Home

May 31, 1996

The decision of the Queen of England to cancel her visit to Wales on May 31st 1996 is both a further humiliation to the Crown and also to the British Intelligence Services charged with the Queen’s protection. The English queen was in Wales

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