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  1. Finally the LCC Tanzania Project challenge is over. — October 18, 2017
  2. Reformation day — October 18, 2017
  3. On this day…. — October 18, 2017
  4. Happy Ulster Day! — October 18, 2017
  5. Flags — September 26, 2017

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Oct 18

Finally the LCC Tanzania Project challenge is over.

Finally the LCC Tanzania Project challenge is over.   All arrived home safe and sound yesterday evening and with the exception of a few mosquito bites everyone is in good health and condition.   Berty, a member of Dalaradia, remarked “the trip started with three groups of strangers and ended with one group of family”. …

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Oct 18

Reformation day

Just 12 days to go until Reformation Day 2017. In the run up to it, we will be sharing various articles and videos. The Protesant Reformation was, first and foremost, all about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It was then, and it still is now.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Faf6ISLbPQ8

On this day….

On 13th October 1994, after a long process of consultation with members and activists across Northern Ireland, the Combined Loyalist Military Command representing the Red Hand Commando, Ulster Volunteer Force and the Ulster Defence Association, called a ceasefire bringing loyalists fully into the peace process.   The overwhelming majority appeared – and still appear – …

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Happy Ulster Day!

Happy Ulster Day! Ulster’s Solemn League and Covenant, commonly known as the Ulster Covenant, was signed by just under half a million Irishmen and women on and before 28 September 1912, in protest against the Third Home Rule Bill introduced by the British Government in the same year.   Sir Edward Carson was the first …

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Sep 26

Flags

On 12th May 2016 the Loyalist Communities Council launched a Flags Protocol.   Its aim, to prevent our national emblems being left on display in a dilapidated state and asking that steps were taken to prevent this occurring. Dalaradia, as part of the LCC, ask that, as agreed, all remaining flags be taken down on …

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Sep 22

Straight to work

5 days in and after some sight seeing and experiencing local culture the guys are now settled and its straight to work in Africa for the LCC Tanzania Project. The purpose of this project is to promote team building, international work experience and youth development with the volunteers and to expose these youth to different …

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Sep 20

Article

“RED HAND COMMANDO” (RHC) FORMALLY REQUESTS TO BE REMOVED AS A “PROSCRIBED” ORGANISATION The Loyalist grouping known as the Red Hand Commando (RHC) has officially requested to be removed from the list of proscribed organisations. The request was made in London and will be looked at by the Home Secretary Amber Rudd. At the time …

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Sep 20

If not loyalists, who else will do this job?

https://sluggerotoole.com/2017/09/16/if-not-loyalists-who-else-will-do-this-job/ I’ve rarely heard such a lack of political sensitivity as Jim Wilson telling Stephen Nolan that, in applying to the British government to be deproscribed, the Red Hand Commando wants their ‘place in the sun’. What a disturbing way to put it. But at the same time, Wilson’s interview on the Nolan Show tells …

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Sep 18

On their way

An early rise for the lads as they begin their journey to Tanzania yesterday morning. Through the Hubb – Dalaradia provided a minibus to transport the LCC delegation to Dublin airport in what will be their first day of a months travel.   The volunteers will spend 4 weeks working with the Kidzcare (www.kidzcaretanzania.org ) …

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Sep 13

Why we should welcome the winds of change that blow through loyalism

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/why-we-should-welcome-the-winds-of-change-that-blow-through-loyalism-36125831.html Red Hand Commando bid to be legalised presents as much of a challenge to unionism as it does to loyalism, writes Graham Spencer and Chris Hudson The announcement yesterday by the Red Hand Commando (RHC) that an application had been made to Home Secretary Amber Rudd on September 5 for de-proscription under section four …

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