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August 21, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE We reported earlier today on an apparent ‘volte face’ by the Infrastructure Minister who made a statement in early August about freeing up land for growth, or were his original views just ‘lost in translation’. Anyway his comments

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Planning Concerns Endemic

July 6, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE The loss of ‘green space’ is a major concern in all our Celtic countries. In Ireland the dreadful ‘ghost estates’ are the direct and visible legacy of untrammelled development throughout the country which preceded the financial crash. In

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It’s Carry on Down the Quayside

April 16, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE The operation to remove contaminated silt from Peel Harbour on the Isle of Man is rapidly descending into farce. It may yet shape up to be the worst man made pollution incident the Island has faced. From information

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Planning Wars Continue in Cornwall

March 17, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE Concern about planning decisions is stirring passions in Cornwall and the Kernow Branch of the Celtic League is in the forefront of the campaign. This latest from Michael Chappell Kernow Branch Covenor: “Following on from communications sent out

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Anger Increases at Unsustainable Development in Cornwall

March 4, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE A long serving member of the Cornwall Branch of the Celtic League and others have responded angrily to a public appeal by Priti Patel MP for funds to be donated to the Conservative Party in order to assist

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Kilmichael Plans Throw Spotlight on Activities of RIC Auxiliaries

September 1, 2013

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE Plans to revamp the Kilmichael Ambush site in Co Cork where the IRA decisively engaged and wipe-out a squad of the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) Auxiliary division have caused outrage when it became apparent that the role of

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Kernow: Branch Opposition To Development Vindicated

December 24, 2011

Plans to build a commercial site next to Perran Round in Perranporth, Cornwall have been rejected by Lys Kernow/Cornwall Council, the Kernow Branch have been informed. The planning committee at Lys Kernow/Cornwall Council wrote to the Kernow Branch this week to tell them

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