LETTERS

End justifies the means, according to Sinn Fein

At a demonstration in London, Martin McGuinness branded David Cameron’s government as a “cabinet of millionaire spongers”

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UK could give Greece a bailout for Elgin marbles

How to defuse the Brexit/Grexit problem?

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Remains of patriot hero deserve proper funeral

John A Murphy is not quite correct in his letter (Irish Examiner, June 26) about Thomas Kent.

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Medical Council take an obstinate and archaic stance on doctors fees

For the fourth year in a row, the Medical Council is attempting to increase the annual registration fee for doctors in Ireland. This latest increase will mean that doctors will have to pay €605 per annum — up 23% since 2012.

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Do footballers really need a media manager?

It’s Sunday evening. I’m listening to RTÉ’s Marty Morrissy on the radio interviewing a member of the victorious Westmeath team.

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Afghan and Israeli wars exacerbate conflicts in Middle East and Africa

Our deepest sympathy must go the families and friends of the three Irish citizens, Laurence and Martina Hayes, and Lorna Carty, who were murdered in Sousse, Tunisia, last week. Nothing ever justifies murder, and nothing ever justifies mass-murder.

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Critics of Israel ignore Islamist attacks in Tunisia

In recent days, Daniel Teegan, Charlie Murphy and Charles Hayes, in the letters page of the Irish Examiner, have articulated their hatred and disdain for the Israeli state and its citizens.

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The people have been robbed of democracy

This time of year the county councils in Ireland elect their new mayors. For one year sadly, the ordinary citizens are not allowed to vote for the first citizen as this is a closed shop, as only county councillors are let vote. This is cronyism and undemocratic.

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All are equal but some are more equal

All are equal but some are more equal than others. So say the bankers.

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Jimmy Doyle was also a legend amongst hurlers

Glowing tributes have been paid to the late great Jimmy Doyle.

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