Ireland: ‘The Depressing Saga of Europe’s Battle Groups’

October 9, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE One wonders what sort of homework that Irish TDs who voted this week to support the latest Battlegroup deployment had done. Precious little I would warrant. Even Defence Minister, Simon Coveney TD, if he was not being disingenuous,

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ECJ Data Ruling Welcomed

October 8, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE A recent European Court of Justice ruling that a system enabling the transfer of data by companies from the European Union to the US is invalid has been welcomed The RTE link below gives background on the issue:

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EU Obsfucates: IMO

February 12, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE The latest tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea where several hundred refugees have died fleeing war and poverty via the hazardous crossing from North Africa to Italy was predictable. In November 2014 the EU said its members States would

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‘Highly Questionable” Choice of Candidate GS Tells EU

September 9, 2012

News from Celtic Press The General Secretary (GS) has called the appointment by the European Union of Stavros Lambrinidis as the new EU Special Representative for Human Rights “highly questionable”. The GS, Rhisiart Tal-e-bot, argues in his letter to the High Representative for

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