Tag Archives: Troubles

50 years since internment – what did Marxists say?

By Kevin Henry This week marks the fiftieth anniversary of Operation Demetrius and the start of internment without trial, introduced by the reactionary Unionist government at Stormont and the British state. This brutal repressive action saw hundreds of innocent, working-class people rounded up across Northern Ireland by the British army and jailed in a matter of days.  The ability to ...

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North: Don’t let the Tories whitewash the Troubles!

By Kevin Henry The Tory government is attempting to end all prosecutions for incidents related to the Troubles – as well as civil cases and inquests – through the unilateral imposition of a ‘statute of limitations’. This has provoked serious anger among victims of both state and paramilitary violence during the Troubles, and within wider society.  Such an amnesty is ...

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