‘Getting to the truth for the Victims’ – By Brian Rowan

Bedfordshire Chief Constable Jon Boutcher has described his complex investigation here in Northern Ireland as “a long journey”. Just how long, he is not prepared to say, although it is understood he is not anticipating the five years suggested by some. Boutcher was speaking to the eamonnmallie.com website on a day when the past became…

‘Uncomfortable Truth’ – by Earl Storey

A few years ago I toyed with the idea of going to a coach. A short bout of illness had prompted me to re-evaluate how I wanted my future to develop. Getting the services of a coach seemed like a way to plan some new things ahead – or so I thought! I looked around…

‘Brexit means there can be no parity between Britishness and Irishness in the United Kingdom’s lawful territory’ – By Jamie Bryson

Bertie Ahern the former Irish Prime Minister summed up much of the Nationalist petulance around Brexit in a piece carried in Sunday’s Guardian newspaper. Whilst making no reference to the potential for violent conflict, Mr Ahern did however make reference to the Anglo-Irish Agreement and the Unionist civil unrest associated with same. Many others have…