Tryweryn: They Still Don’t Get It!

November 20, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE They built a reservoir in the Injebreck Valley on the Isle of Man to supply the capital Douglas with water in 1905. When the (West Baldwin) reservoir was drained some years ago you could see the road way

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Tryweryn Cameron Sidesteps an Apology

October 28, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE British Prime Ministers are always apologizing. In the past few years they have gone on the record to express regret for issues as diverse as the Irish Famine and Section 28. However it seems it’s a step to

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Why Tryweryn Matters to the Other Celtic Countries

October 20, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE “It happened in Wales but it could have happened anywhere that suited the expediency of the British State. The nationals of the Celtic countries were aborigines to be ignored or used!” Tryweryn and what happened there should matter

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Criminal Damage Today – National Landmark Tomorrow!

May 14, 2010

Sometimes you can act somewhat hastily by clearing away nationalist graffiti (as happened in Mannin recently) if new evidence from Wales is anything to go by. A recent attack on an historic piece of graffiti In wales has been condemned by a committee

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