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Interested in maladministration. Estd. 2005

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Lockdown Skeptics

The Daily Sceptic

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Unless anything extraordinary happens, the dire debate pretty much doomed Biden?s race against Trump, while the assassination attempt sealed the deal, says Tony Morrison.
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In a post-election misery fest, the talking points are the injustice of Labour winning with just 20% of the vote, the even-more-outrageous French election result and Noel Gallagher's glorious anti-Glasto rant.
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A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the ?climate emergency?, public health ?crises? and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
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offsite link The Appalling Lucy Letby Judgment Ignores Vital Legal Precedents of Wrongfully Convicted Mothers Tue Jul 16, 2024 18:43 | Dr Peter Hayes
The truly appalling thing about the Lucy Letby case has been the way in which vital legal precedents of wrongfully convicted mothers were disregarded by the judges, says legal expert Dr Peter Hayes.
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offsite link Former SNP Equalities Officer Who Wanted ?to Beat Up Terfs? Jailed for Sexual Assaults Tue Jul 16, 2024 17:10 | Will Jones
A former SNP Equalities Officer who said he wanted to "beat the f?" out of gender critical feminists is a "dangerous" predator, prosecutors have said after he was jailed for a series of sexual assaults.
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Ireland in 2005 the annual magazine from Metro Eireann

category national | rights, freedoms and repression | other press author Sunday January 23, 2005 22:07author by ppp Report this post to the editors

Priced at three euro, Ireland in 2005 is available at Eason and all good newsagents while stocks l

Ireland in 2005, out now, is the annual magazine of Metro Eireann, Ireland's only multicultural newspaper. Offering an unrivalled insight into the issues affecting multicultural Ireland, Ireland in 2005 is filled with top feature stories from some of Ireland's best immigrant and native journalists

* Kevin Myers writes about how intellectual intimidation is putting the immigration debate into the hands of neo-Nazis, racial bigots and anti-immigrant halfwits

* Ireland assistant soccer manager Chris Hughton talks exclusively to us
about his career in football, the racism that blights the game and Ireland's World Cup qualification hopes

* Portlaoise town councillor, Nigerian Rotimi Adebari takes a breather from his busy schedule and gives us an insight into life as a local politician

* Forget speed-dating: a Dublin-based immigrant couple found love at bell-ringing practice in the belfry of Christ Church cathedral

* We visit Samba Town, aka Gort in County Galway, where one in four of the town's population is Brazilian

* The GAA Goes Global -immigrants in Ireland are taking up Gaelic football and hurling, but should the GAA be doing more to actively recruit 'the New Irish?'

* 'My Deported Friend' - a young Dublin girl remembers the good times with her best friend, who was deported last year


PLUS: Comedian Des Bishop and Artist Kevin Sharkey

Priced at three euro, Ireland in 2005 is available at Eason and all good newsagents while stocks last.

For more information contact Chinedu Onyejelem
213 North Circular Road, Dublin 7, Ireland.
Phone: (01) 869 0670 Fax: (01)868 9142
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author by scribepublication date Mon Jan 24, 2005 00:55author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Chinedu has a wicked sense of humour, having Kevin Myers writing on those subjects. Myers is one of the most prominent bigots in this country.
I sincerely hope that Myers is not being paid any more than the other more regular contributors to Metro just because he is a "big name".

 
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