A recent work in Islington [London N1] by Bambi.
As Nicola Sturgeon visits Ireland to strengthen links & Gerry Adams launches 'Towards a United Ireland', I can't help but think of these two pic.twitter.com/PHdAANHgsf
— Steve Gillman (@SFGillman) November 28, 2016
Arrived in Dublin for two day visit to strengthen links between Scotland and Ireland.
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) November 28, 2016
The Social Democrats inaugral national conference took place at the
Treasury Holdings Tower, Convention Centre in Dublin over the weekend with Fintan O’Toole among the guest speakers.
Among the policy priorites set out by the party’s co-leaders Catherine Murphy,
Stephen Donnelly and Roisin Shortall were repealing Section 7(3)(c) of the Equal Status Act, to remove the baptism barrier. Repealing the 8th and a review of Article 43 of the Constitution to “ensure the measures needed to effectively tackle the housing crisis can be swiftly introduced”.
From top: Catherine Murphy and Roisin Shortall (top), Fintan O’Toole, Niall Crowley, Anne-Marie McNally and Philip O’Connor (second photo), Gary Gannon (third), Sarah-Jane Hennelly, Jen Whitmore and Glenna Lynch (fourth); Ms Murphy and Ms Shorthall.