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# Gerry Adams

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Gerry Adams tells US television: 'I never pulled a trigger, ordered a murder or set off a bomb'
“I don’t disassociate myself from the IRA. But I was not a member of the IRA.”
'Everyone needs to get behind Dunnes workers, in the name of common decency'
Thousands of Dunnes Stores employees are out on strike today.
Labour TD calls Gerry Adams 'a sponger' for not paying water charges
And so it rumbles on…
IRA abuse claims show – once again – how the institution is always placed before the victim
There are parallels between Sinn Féin’s reaction to allegations by Paudie McGahon and Maíria Cahill and the Catholic Church’s pursuit of its own institutional safety.
Hillary: Bill granting Gerry Adams a visa helped lead to peace in Ireland
Clinton was speaking at her induction into the Irish America Hall of Fame.
Paudie McGahon's alleged abuser was on Gerry Adams list
The list of abusers was given anonymously to the Sinn Féin leader.
Adams 'refutes' claims Sinn Féin is holding back information on McGahon case
Meanwhile, a former Sinn Féin TD has denied Paudie McGahon was frisked when he visited his constituency office in 2008.
'Gerry Adams needs to get real': Enda and Joan pile pressure on Sinn Féin president
It follows further revelations by the BBC about alleged abuse in the republican movement.
Micheál Martin: I know Gerry Adams was a former chief of staff of the IRA
The Fianna Fáil leader made the comment in the Dáil as new abuse claims will be broadcast on BBC Spotlight this evening.
Here are 10 things we learned at the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis
As its popularity continues to rise, members of the party gathered in Derry this weekend.
Gerry Adams: Sinn Féin is ready for power
Adams said the party will lead the next government, not prop it up.
Sinn Féin votes for abortion to be allowed in cases of fatal foetal abnormalities
Delegates spoke passionately both in favour of and against the motion.
Mary Lou says Alan Kelly has her 'quaking in her stilettos'
Meanwhile, a Syrizan minister got TWO standing ovations at Sinn Féin’s Ard Fheis.
Sinn Féin wants Mary Lou to be Taoiseach and people to not 'throw around' the Irish flag
Delegates at the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis have also voted against inviting any royals to 1916 centenary events.
Is Sinn Féin ready to lead the next government?
The party is more popular than ever and has its eye on becoming the senior coalition partner.
So we asked Enda Kenny if he'll do a TV debate with Micheál Martin (or Gerry Adams)
The Taoiseach paid us a visit today and we had lots of questions.
Gerry and Mary Lou prepare to rally the troops
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
What exactly is Sinn Féin's policy on abortion?
The party’s policy could be radically overhauled at its Ard Fheis this weekend.
'You'll all be needing healthcare': Taoiseach, Micheál Martin and Gerry Adams got excited in the Dáil
They were all told to calm down by the Ceann Comhairle.
Watch this Sinn Féin MEP's somewhat surprising answer to the Gerry Adams/IRA question
Does Matt Carthy believe Adams when he says he was never a member of the IRA?
Watch this Labour TD read mean tweets about himself
Poor Aodhán Ó Ríordáin gets an awful time on Twitter…
'I shudder to think about a Sinn Féin foreign policy that would alienate allies'
The Minister for Health Leo Varadkar said voters should be worried about what kind of “coalition of extremes” .
Watch Gerry Adams read his tweets - and yes, he writes them himself
“They are what people have described as a grand Sinn Féin strategy and others have described as weird and peculiar.”
Micheál Martin challenges Kenny to face-to-face debate
Meanwhile Gerry Adams described Kenny’s speech last night as a “backslapping exercise”.
QUIZ: Which rugby player is Michael Noonan most like? Test your knowledge of the week...
In which the finance minister sported a black eye and James Reilly was threatened with being sued…
The extended interview: Gerry Adams on hugs, confession and telling the Troika to bugger off
The Sinn Féin president spent some time answering our questions this week. Here’s everything he said…
Leo: Some people told me to shut up and keep my head down
The Fine Gael national conference has been talking crime and the economic recovery this morning.
Gerry Adams: I've given the guards names of alleged IRA sex offenders
Adams discussed the Mairia Cahill controversy in an interview with this week.
Watch Gerry Adams explain how Sinn Féin could afford to scrap water charges asked the Sinn Féin president to explain his party’s much-debated policy.
Gerry Adams: I don't need to be good at maths
“I’m good at politics,” the Sinn Féin president tells
Gerry to Enda: I'm trying to prick your 'golden circle' bubble
Several ministers lobbied to have their advisers’ salaries increased.
Enda to Gerry: "The trampoline must be having an effect on you"
You’re ‘almost like a commentator at a horse race’, the Sinn Féin president told the Taoiseach today.
Martin McGuinness was live-tweeting the cricket last night. He thinks it's a great game altogether
The North’s Deputy First Minister surprised many with a radio appearance this morning to talk exclusively about the sport, and Ireland’s overnight win.
Gerry Adams says he likes to trampoline naked with his dog and it's getting a lot of attention
He says his dog loves it but has anybody asked the dog?
Gerry Adams: Enda and co are in bed with the elites and won't get out
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking at a demonstration to show solidarity with Syriza.
Gerry Adams is trying to woo unions away from Labour
He wants them to stop their “unrequited support” for Labour.
Micheál Martin tells Enda: 'You've put a price on people's lives'
Soliris, which costs €400,000 per patient per year, is not available in Ireland.
'In the heat of the moment': Seán Barrett withdraws claim opposition out to undermine him
Earlier, Sinn Féin’s leader said the dispute was deflecting from the real issue.
Tributes paid to journalist and economist Colm Rapple
Colm Rapple died after a short illness in hospital.