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Loughinisland Judgement- The key legacy battleground

Loughinisland Judgement- The key legacy  battleground

The legacy litigation battle reaches a key battleground in January, when former RUC officers will seek to have the widely discredited Police Ombudsman report into Loughinisland quashed. Loughinisland has been the focus of intense republican propaganda in 2017, with legacy litigators- some of whom are Sinn Fein campaigners- continuing to promote an overtly political agenda […]

OPINION: Matthew O’Toole’s pro-Belfast Agreement piece in the Irish Times is factually incorrect

OPINION: Matthew O’Toole’s pro-Belfast Agreement piece in the Irish Times is factually incorrect

By Jamie Bryson The Irish Times have today published an article by Matthew O’Toole, the former chief press officer for Europe and economic affairs in the prime minister’s office. In it he falsely claims that the Belfast Agreement constitutionally binds the United Kingdom to Europe. You can read it HERE In this piece Mr O’Toole […]

UPDATED: List of those who have designated themselves as ‘Nationalist’ within their profession 

UPDATED: List of those who have designated themselves as ‘Nationalist’ within their profession 

After collapsing Stormont and refusing to take their seats in Westminster, Sinn Fein have left their supporters voiceless during the Brexit negotiations. Instead they have had to resort to white line protests and sending a letter to the Irish Prime Minister. We have often heard SF and nationalism make the argument that Brexit affects us […]

EXCLUSIVE: The IRA peace time arms deal that lead to the attempted murder of a Spanish Goverment President 

Unionist Voice can exclusively reveal that OTR recipient Eibhlin Glenholmes has been identified as a key player in an international arms deal with Spanish terror organisation, ETA. The weapons were later used in the attempted murder of the then Spanish Government President.  Crucially the international arms deal took place in 1999, only a year before […]

Why Unionism should reject the monstrous UK-EU deal 

Why Unionism should reject the monstrous UK-EU deal 

By Jamie Bryson This morning’s agreement between the United Kingdom Government and the European Union negotiators is a monstrous deal that not only strengthens the failed Belfast Agreement, but opens the door to an economic United Ireland. Here is why; [1] At paragraph 42 the UK Government and EU negotiators affirm that the “achievements, benefits […]

Who would take us back? – Time to unplug the concession meter and ignore Sinn Féin’s empty threats 

The IRA’s political wing, Sinn Fein, have continued to increase their rhetoric and whip up Brexit tension, in order to bully and threaten their way to ‘special status’.     The recent threats of ‘civil disobedience’ by Sinn Fein are a new variation of the armalite and ballot box strategy. Dire warnings have been issued about […]