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For several decades, the Census returns have been used to show a seemingly impervious unionist majority despite the apparent contradiction of an increased Catholic birth rate.
Those of the UKIP mind-set are proposing a wrong and dangerous position that would see customs posts rebuilt in nationalist areas in Northern Ireland.
Highlighting the calibre of one the leading women associated with the events of 1916.
Following one of the worst financial scandals in the history of the State one might have thought that drastic action would have been taken against all those responsible.
Easter Monday was a day of revolution with no hope of military success.
Extract from '1916: The Mornings After' charting a flawed history marked by the powerful influence of the Catholic church.
A review article rejecting claims in a controversial new book that Eamon de Valera was a British spy - Irish Independent
An Bord Snip should turn its attention to the Dáil: overstaffed with TDs who work pathetically inadequate hours - Irish Times
With the economic survival of the State at stake, the political system must shape up - Irish Times
Responding to condemnation of Irish Civil War film 'The Wind That Shakes the Barley' - Daily Mail
How an organized Irish-American community could make its presence felt - and the missed opportunity of the 2004 presidential campaign - Irish Voice
On Justice Minister, Michael McDowell, and some historic parallels - Irish Independent on Sunday
On the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings, the worst single day's death toll of the entire Troubles - Irish Independent
Writing on 80th anniversary of the killing of Michael Collins - Irish Independent
Profile of Tim Pat Coogan and his new book '1916: The Mornings After"
Cahir O'Doherty profiles Tim Pat Coogan for Irish Central
Interview by AP Maginness for the Irish News
The Irish Examiner on the event launching Tim Pat Coogan's memoir
Conor Brady, for The Irish Times, profiles Tim Pat Coogan and his memoir: "an instructive prism through which to view some aspects of the evolution of post-independence Ireland".
Aengus Fanning interviews Tim Pat Coogan - Irish Independent on Sunday