Walter Long

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Leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party John Redmond (left) with John Dillon, who succeeded him as leader, circa 1910. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

In January 1918, the Daily Mail referred to the “increasing weakness” of Sinn Féin – a reminder that as far as some contemporary observers were concer(...)

John Redmond, like Adams looked for “interim and transitional” arrangements leading to a united Ireland.

Politics goes in circles. One hundred years ago this summer John Redmond, Edward Carson and their colleagues played out the final denouement in the Ho(...)

Front page of ‘The Irish Times’ – Saturday, March 18th, 1916. A bargain at one penny!

On St Patrick’s Day, 1916, thousands took to Irish streets in a demonstration of force by the Irish Volunteers. Just over a month later, many would be(...)