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# MacGill Summer School

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After controversy, MacGill Summer School confirms list of names for 8th Ref and gender panels
'It's grotesque': Fintan O'Toole pulls out of MacGill Summer School event over gender balance controversy
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Gerry Adams: The institutions of the State have their backs to the border
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