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# ric-commemoration - Wednesday 19 February, 2020

Fianna Fáil mayors accepted invitations to controversial RIC event before later criticising it

The commemoration was cancelled by the government after it proved controversial last month.

# ric-commemoration - Tuesday 11 February, 2020

Justice Department tried to soothe 'nonsense' RIC commemoration concerns

Internal records show how controversy started to build from 2 January – three days before the Clare mayor announced his boycott.

# ric-commemoration - Monday 10 February, 2020

Timmy Dooley loses out as FF mayor who started RIC boycott wins seat in Clare

Michael McNamara (Independent) and Violet Anne Wynne (Sinn Féin) were also elected on the same count.

# ric-commemoration - Tuesday 14 January, 2020

Opinion: 'Taoiseach, discussing a united Ireland is still possible - despite the RIC debacle'

Caoimhín de Barra looks at the possible compromises we would face if a united Ireland became a reality

# ric-commemoration - Thursday 9 January, 2020

Come Out Ye Black And Tans tops Irish and UK iTunes charts

The song was first released in 1972 by the Wolfe Tones.

# ric-commemoration - Monday 6 January, 2020

Dublin City Council votes to boycott RIC commemoration service

The motion described the event planned to be held in Dublin Castle on 17 January as “obscene”.