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Great Britain
Usualy unknown
 farmers and residents of South Armagh
Usualy unknown farmers and residents of South Armagh
Who is in the Crown Bar now?
Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
BBC World Service The NandO Times
England turning into a surveillance state
England: Over 1.5 million spy cameras (one for every 50 people)
More about police use of CCTV (Mario's Spy News Archive)
MI5's secret plan to recruit gerbils as spycatchers
How Britons helped Slobodan Milosevic
R. Tomlinson: MI6 1992 proposal to assassinate President Milosevic
Milosevic plotted to kill Blair in rocket attack
'My unit conspired in the murder of civilians in Ireland'

In Memory of Dunlane's Children Mario's SPY NEWS
Online News

East Cambridgeshire

Daily Record
and Sunday Mail


South Bucks Star

High Wycombe

Socialist Worker
Sunday Times


The European journalism site.
The stuff relating to the war in Bosnia available. Lots of links to
relevant sources and resources.
The Observer
one of the UK's main Sunday papers


World News Summary

The NandO Times

World News

TIME Magazine
The Electronic Telegraph

Daily News in detail from the Daily Telegraph in London

The Glasgow Herald
Lancashire Evening Telegraph

Daily news

The United Kingdom
Ministry Of Defence

BBC World Service
BBC World Service

AUDIO BBC World Service
TV BBC News in video

Censored by BBC TV Teletext UK


Channel 4

Channel 4 - UK

Radio Brunel


Oxford Student Radio
BBC Caversham Diaries
BBC Monitoring news events for the coming day

BBC2 TV Westminster On-line

Early morning political programme

BBC Aberdeen
BBC Radio Norfolk

Radio Fortune 1458


Signal Radio

Staffordshire and Cheshire

2CR-FM 102.3

Dorset and Hampshire


Kiss 102


Orchard FM


Northern Ireland
Ceasefire Breakdown

Special Report by the Irish Times, including statements, reactions and analysis of the Ceasefire Breakdown (Saturday, February 10, 1996 ).
Sinn Féin Homepage
Provides a publication showing the Sinn Féin perspective of the conflict and a the conditios for peace. Includes a clickable map of British Forces in Ireland.
Northern Ireland and Anglo-Irish Relations
Documents concerning the Northern Ireland and Anglo-Irish Relations, provided by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs.
Irish Department of Foreign Affairs
This site includes - amongs others - the White Paper on Foreign Policy and documents about the Northern Ireland and Anglo-Irish Relations in full-text version.
Chronology of the Northern Ireland Conflict Compiled by CNN.

Northern Ireland
wants Peace!

Bomb Blast in Manchester, 206 people injured... IRA Suspected.
· Clinton, Irish President Outraged at Bombing · Sinn Féin Isolated After Manchester Bomb · Major Condemns Bombing · Police Seek Driver
Latest news of Monday June 17 1996 1:50 PM GMT and Initial reactions taken from Usenet postings between 7pm 9th and 2pm 10th Feb 1996. Postings made during the first week since the declaration of the end of the IRA ceasefire.

Latest News since the end of the ceasefire (archives, news taken from various sources).
Pictures of Belfast and some Pictures of recent events (7th-16 July 1996)that have dominated the news in Northern Ireland.

Belfast Peace Rally 25th Feb. 1996 (Pictures)

A list of those that have lost their lives during the troubles . The Peace Web Site Links.
An Crann/The Tree
A local group
Take a small or large ribbon to add it to your site.
For more informations on The Peace Web Site contact:

Map of north Ireland[Sinn Féin] SINN


The British Military
Garrison in Ireland


Clickable Map of the British Garrison in Ireland       

"OUTLINED in these pages is a structural overview of the current levels of overt British militarisation in north eastern Ireland. Since the IRA initiative of August 31st 1994, deployment of British troops and the militarised state police force, the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), has continued unabated.

The English militia garrison in Ireland is comprised of personnel from the regular British Army regiments, the locally recruited Royal Irish Regiment (RIR) and the RUC.

Queen's University lecturer Mike Tomlinson (Irish Times, 1 May 1993) estimated that 1994 troop levels would have risen to the extent where there is one British Army/RUC member for every 3.7 Catholic males between the ages of 16 and 44.

Estimating the full costs to the British government of its garrison in Ireland is a difficult exercise. However one estimate commonly accepted is from Costs of War and Dividends of Peace,published by West Belfast Economic Forum. It produced a 25-year (1969-94) total cost figure of £18.205 billion (August 1994)."

(Originally published by © An Phoblacht/Republican News,
Parnell Square, Dublin 1. Ph. +353-1-8733611/+353-1-8733839. Fax: +353-1-8733074;
and 51/55 Falls Road, Belfast, BT12 Ph. 624421 Fax 622122)

SINN FÉIN is an Irish Republican party, the oldest political party in Ireland, and was the first party in Ireland to establish a presence on the web; SINN FÉIN is the Irish Gaelic expression for ``We Ourselves''. Since being founded in 1905 this political party have worked for the right of Irish people as a whole to attain national self-determination, and have elected representatives in every major Irish town and city. Sinn Féin's objective is to end British rule in Ireland end to end the partition which is the cause of conflict, injustice and division in Ireland; the establishment of a new Ireland based on sustainable social and economic development; genuine democracy, participation, equality and justice at all levels of the economy and society; and a lasting and meaningful peace with unity of purpose and action.

Sinn Féin, through its President, Gerry Adams, and leadership, the Ard Chomhairle, is continuing its efforts to bring about full, inclusive, all-party peace talks without preconditions, to restoring the Irish Peace Process, initiated in dialogue begun almost three years ago. Earlier efforts were rewarded by a cessation of the armed struggle by the Irish Republican Army, since ended, and discussions between Sinn Féin and other parties, including the Irish, British and US governments. Sinn Féin maintains its goal of a just and lasting peace, despite continuing unionist intransigence and British bad faith.

( The 1996 Sinn Féin Ard Fheis or annual conference was held in central Dublin at the end of March. This meeting decided much of Sinn Féin's policies for the year ahead.)

An Phoblacht/Republican NewsIrish weekly newspaper with a republican perspective and is Ireland's leading political weekly. It carries a variety of stories and opinion on national and international affairs, the arts, sport and miscellaneous topics. Although supportive of Sinn Féin policy, it is an independent and fully accredited newspaper. AP/RN has recently been relaunched to mark its 25th year of production, and is now available free on the Web. A new issue is published on the Web and in Belfast every Thursday afternoon, but you could also Search through back issues

Some Sinn Féin Official Documents and Press Releases
Remembering Bloody Sunday
Free Róisín McAliskey!
Bobby Sands,
(1954-1981), on hunger strike in 1981
For queries regarding the Republican internet mailing list, contact

Upcoming Republican Events
in Ireland, England and Scotland

An Phoblacht/Republican News
Sinn Féin Documents
Activist Bulletins Archive
Links to Related Resources

at RIOT-L Archives

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Unionist Party

Press Statements

The Science Museum of London

A good example of the vast potential of the Internet as an educational resource. The Museum attracts 1.4 million visitors a year, but its 500 Web pages can be accessed by millions of Internet browsers around the world. Alistair McLaurin, the museum's IT Manager, said more than 40,000 virtual visitors logged on to the museum's server in the last few months - more than a third of these were from educational institutions. "The virtual museum is just a part of what we will soon be calling virtual education, which is also a challenge to the current educational curriculum," he said.
(The Financial Times, Britain; March 6, 1996)