Sinn Féin is a left-wing Irish republican political party active in the Republic of Ireland as well as .. The new Labour government of Tony Blair wasn't reliant on unionist votes and re-admitted Sinn Féin, leading to another, permanent, ceasefire. Leader in Northern Ireland : Michelle O'Neill M. The Sinn Féin leader has consistently denied that he was ever a member of the IRA, but has said he will never "disassociate" himself from the organisation. The early history of Sinn Féin is closely associated with Arthur Griffith, leader of Cumann na nGaedheal (“Party of the Irish”). At a meeting in. Interaction Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Free Scotland Party RISE — Scotland's Left Alliance Scottish Green Party Scottish Libertarian Party Scottish National Party Scottish Socialist Party Siol nan Gaidheal Solidarity. Politics List of political parties by representation Politics of the United Kingdom. The talks failed and were followed by the Bloody Friday murders, when the IRA detonated at least 20 bombs across Belfast in one day, killing nine people and injuring Lions, for instance, have sharp teeth and claws and are good at chasing down their prey. British National Party Communist Party Conservative Party Democratic Unionist Party England First Party Green Party in Northern Ireland Respect Party Socialist Party Traditional Unionist Voice Ulster Unionist Party. Pages with citations lacking titles Pages with citations having bare URLs. Her wider family background is republican; her cousin Tony Doris was shot dead by the SAS in Coagh, Tyrone, in Mr Adams stayed out of the Stormont power-sharing executive, letting Martin McGuinness take a ministerial post. Michael O'Flanagan County Roscommon. Mr McGuinness said he was "overjoyed" at her appointment, which he said was part of a "generational change" within his party. Retrieved 17 December Views Read Edit View history.