It’s not clear that this ‘collusion’ tarp – with spider-legs of MI5, UDR, PSNI, RHC, UFF, LVF, UDA, UVF and a web beginning at the door of 10 Downing Street – was ever hung, perhaps due to the spelling mistake: “A web of double-agents, death squads and deciept [sic]”. Similar image on Andersonstown Road. It is lying at the Glen Road-Falls Road junction, site of thee old RUC barracks.


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Féile An Phobail 2008

“Féile An Phobail, 1988-2008 fiche bliain/20 years. Fáilte go dtí West Belfast. Join in and enjoy the craic. Adh mór [good luck] Sat 2nd Aug – Sun 10th Aug”. A Robert Ballagh illustration of a dove-shaped lily emerging from a border bollard, done originally for Féile in 1993. Rockdale Street, Belfast.


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Don’t Pay Water Charges

Derry civil rights campaigner and long-time activist Eamonn McCann stood for the Socialist Environmental Alliance in the 2007 Assembly elections (ARK). Water charges were due to be introduced in March, 2007 (BBC-NI). McCann secured 5% of the first preference vote and was not elected. From 2004: McCann’s The Man. Waterloo Street, Derry.

Eamonn McCann ran


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