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Warrington bomb victim backs justice for Omagh

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A young peace campaigner whose mother was injured in the Warrington bombing has spoken out about the importance of securing justice for the Omagh families.


Are we drinking at the last chance saloon?

As 18 pubs close down in Britain every week, The Irish Post speaks to two landlords about why the industry is in dire straits.


Is Rose of Tralee out of time for modern Irish women?

For journalist Katy Harrington the 54-year-old festival is nothing more than a beauty pageant, but former participant Grace Kelly says you’ll never see a Rose on the cover of FHM. Irish Post editor Siobhan Breatnach puts them head to head as they argue whether or not the Rose of Tralee is past its sell by date.


Declassified files uncover Britain’s secret ‘torture’ base

Newly released files from the British Government reveal that a secret interrogation centre was run in Derry where Irish detainees held during the Troubles were subject to the notorious “five techniques”.


Bomb threat to fracking boss

The Irishman at the centre of a major environmental row has revealed he is receiving death threats.


Sport and Facebook will become the new religion

A new book by an Irish biopsychologist is generating huge reaction to its claims that atheism will replace religion by 2041.


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