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Site recovering from an attack

Our website is currently experiencing some difficulties, as we are recovering from a recent cyber attack. In particular, images previously on the website have been deleted by the attackers. We have recovered from the attack, taken measures to prevent future attacks, and are currently repairing the damage done, but in the meantime images that had been within articles are not accessible. ...

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Review: Jimmy’s Hall directed by Ken Loach

How dangerous could a parish hall with dance nights, boxing, singing lessons, poetry and art classes be? Ken Loaches new film “Jimmy’s Hall” shows how dangerous the Catholic Church considered one they didn’t control. The film is based on the true story of Jimmy Gralton, a socialist activist in Leitrim and the only person ever to be deported by the Irish Free State.

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International Women’s Day 2014

For more than a century, 8 March has been known as International Women’s Day - the day to commemorate and celebrate the struggles of working and poor women against exploitation at work, in society and at home. Over the years, however, its meaning has been distorted.

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