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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: December, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: Judges: EU Double Standards!
C O N T E N T S
Judges: EU Double Standards! Editorial A Polish Solution To An Irish Problem? Jack Lane Brexit: Insights From The Oireachtas. Dave Alvey Readers' Letters: Moslems: Triple Standards? John Martin Minks In Donegal! Fergus O Rahallaigh Trump Editorial A Disgrace! Brian Northern Ireland Centenary—A Celebration? Editorial Communing With The Departed! Donal Kennedy Why The Armenians Made War. Pat Walsh LEST WE FORGET (48). Extracts from Irish Bulletin. This issue lists British Acts Of Aggression, 3rd January - 8 January 1921 (ed. Jack Lane) Muriel MacSwiney In The News. Angela Clifford The Human History Of A Shipyard. Wilson John Haire (Part 4) Readers' Letters: Casement: Insider Knowledge' ? Jeffrey Dudgeon Paul Hyde Reply In Defence Of Dorothy Macardle. Dave Alvey (Part Three) Pearse, A Prussian Prince, Connolly And The Kaiser. Manus O'Riordan. (Part 3) Dual Power In British Labour: The Leader vs. The Executive. Brendan Clifford Things You Might Not Know About Jeremy Corbyn. Donal Kennedy Index, 2020 Biteback: War Commemorations Must Not Be Abandoned. Tom Cooper, Southern Star, 31.10.20 Does It Stack Up? Michael Stack (Money And Trust) Labour Comment. More Thoughts On Covid 19

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: November, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: CORBYN SUSPENDED
CONTENTS
Corbyn Suspended - Editorial
The Deficit Myth - 2nd Editorial
The Burnham Ultimatum
by Eamon Dyas
The Jewish Chronicle and the Greens
Stephen Kinnock speech on the West Bank, & comment
An Open Letter to President Roosevelt By John Maynard Keynes.
The TUC on Unemployment
Labour and anti-Semitism by Gwydion M. Williams

Regular Features
Orecchiette
Parliament Notes - Agriculture
Notes on the News by Gwydion M. Williams

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: November, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: The Deficit Myth
Editorials and articles at our website, by subject, at

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: October, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: Britain And Europe: Some Painful Realities

CONTENTS
Britain: Some Painful Realities. Editorial
Sir Thomas Artemus Jones—an unsung hero of the Casement Story. Jack Lane
In Defence Of Dorothy Macardle. Dave Alvey (Part 2)
Readers' Letters: Radio Eireann's Terrorists. Simon O'Donnell
Hyperbole? Richard Jones
Cicero, De Juventute, Fine Gael. Donal Kennedy
LEST WE FORGET (41). Extracts from Irish Bulletin. This issue lists British Acts Of Aggression, 15 November 2020 (ed. Jack Lane).
Es Ahora. Julianne Herlihy (Elizabeth Bowen: A Review Of Patricia Laurence's Biography, Part 8)
Some Thoughts On Harold Evans. Eamon Dyas
Paul Grace,1930-2017. Pat Muldowney (Notes On The Role Of Ex-Servicemen In Derry, Part Two)
Ulster Affairs In The Early 1970s. Brendan Clifford
Biteback: Recalling Of Collins Ambush Under Fire. Philip O'Connor: Letter, Sunday Independent, 30th August
The Phil Hogan Debacle. Irish Foreign Affairs Editorial
A War On Women? Cogadh Ar Mhna?
Corrections To August And September Issues Of Irish Political Review
The Human History Of A Shipyard. Wilson John Haire (Part Two)
Political Economy: Printing Money, A Response To John Martin. Chris Winch;
Helicopter Money And All That. Martin Dolphin.
Planning? Fergus O Rahallaigh
Pearse, Other 1916 Leaders, And A Prussian Prince. Manus O'Riordan (Pt.1)
Van the Man on Politics. John Martin
The Northern Ireland Protocol. David Morrison
Does It Stack Up? Michael Stack (The Leaving Certificate Examination)
Labour Comment: The Halligan Legacy?

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: October, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: A Dishonourable Start
CONTENTS
A Dishonourable Start - Editorial
2nd Editorial - Brexit Brexit
Withdrawal Legislation by Mark Langhammer
Artificial Intelligence and Labour by Mark Cowling
The Wrong Sort of Jew? by Richard Sanders
Middle East Eye interview with Jeremy Corbyn (3 of 3)
A Comment on Modern Monetary Theory, by John Martin
Poems by Wilson John Haire: Wake Up At The Back There. It's Still 2020. November 2020

Regular Features
Views from across the Channel by Froggy
Diary of a Starmer foot soldier by Michael Murray
Notes on the News by Gwydion M. Williams
Orecchiette

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