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# Adams

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Nigel Farage takes aim at Gerry Adams over Sinn Féin's Brexit approach
Sinn Féin voted to back the Remain campaign. Farage thinks they’ve sold out.
Selfies, beards and tears: Gerry Adams was like a pop star on Grafton Street this lunchtime
The Sinn Féin president found it difficult to canvass for a Yes vote today, such was the demand for selfies.
Sunday Independent got it wrong on Gerry Adams complaint --- press watchdog
It’s the latest development in the Sinn Féin leader’s long-running battle with the newspaper group.
Ask him any way you like, Gerry still isn't weighing in on the Scottish Question
Former US President Bill Clinton has weighed into the debate, but Gerry Adams won’t be getting involved.
Martin: I'm turning up for Seanad TV debate... but no one knows if the Taoiseach will
Micheál Martin has also said he has been invited by TV3 and Vincent Browne to debate Seanad abolition with the Taoiseach next week, in addition to the planned Prime Time debate on Tuesday.
Gerry Adams issues discipline warning as one Sinn Féin TD rejects abortion law
Peadar Tóibín says he cannot support the Protection of Life during Pregnancy Bill.
Sinn Féin asks CNN to refer to Gerry Adams by his 'proper title'
It follows the broadcaster’s reference to Adams as a ‘former IRA paramilitary commander’.
Swab used to clean Collins' corpse 'withdrawn from auction'
The owner of a swab used to clean the corpse of rebel leader Michael Collins has reportedly withdrawn it from an auction.
Collins hair ‘withdrawn from auction’ after family reveals sadness at sale
A lock of Michael Collins’ hair is withdrawn from sale after members of his family say they believed the auction was inappropriate.
Lock of Michael Collins' hair to be auctioned
The lock of hair is amongst a range of items of historical value being auctioned off in Dublin this month. Other items include newspapers, pistols and photographs.
Sinn Féin retains Gerry Adams' old seat in West Belfast
The result was widely expected but notable for the historic low turnout.
By-election being held to fill Gerry Adams' Westminster seat
The Sinn Féin president resigned the seat earlier this year in order to run for the Dáil where he now sits as a TD for Louth.
Adams dismisses Micheál Martin's "smear campaign"
Gerry Adams says Martin’s comments about the Sinn Féin leader are a distraction from Fianna Fáil’s lack of real solutions and proposals for the economy.