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JOURNALISM 2018:

15 January 2018 Naive Alliance has become a Sinn Fein patsy in republican takeover of Belfast City Hall Belfast Telegraph
14 January 2018 Proportionate and appropriate, Mc McDonald? I don't think so Sunday Independent
8 January 2018 Kilclooney's tweeting can be tasteless, but McElduff has plumbed the depths Belfast Telegraph
7 January 2018 Sinn Fein is still trying to hawk evil role models to the young Sunday Independent
1 January 2018 Some expulsions would ensure a much happier Northern Ireland for us deserving folks this year Belfast Telegraph

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Aftermath – the Omagh bomging and the families' pursuit of justice

"She is one of the most important contemporary writers on Ireland and this is compulsive reading... the entire work is an Irish masterpiece." 
Tribune

"Dudley Edwards’ finely-researched book benefits from her own proximity to the events and her personal knowledge of the protagonists - the hitherto ordinary people - who took on the Real IRA in the courts, even though there was no precedent anywhere in the world for what they sought to achieve. For anyone interested in this chilling area of recent Irish history, Aftermath is recommended reading."
Sunday Business Post

"It is a remarkable and moving story, told in masterly fashion by Ruth Dudley Edwards. Her narrative grips from the start. It is as compelling as a thriller and displays the sympathetic imagination of a great novel... This is an extraordinary and uplifting story of how a group of ordinary people managed to get the justice they sought. It is beautifully told."
Scotsman

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