School work is keeping me busy. So here's some short history things.
Today in Irish history
Arthur Guinness, founder of the brewery, dies.
William O'Brien, founder of the United Irish League, is born.
There were riots in the Shankill Road area of Belfast.
: The Irish Republican Army truce was officially brought to an end
Westminster by-elections. Sinn Fein drops 5% from previous years local elections.
Provisional IRA stands down its West Fermanagh Brigade.
UFF reinstate their "ceasefire", they would continue their reign of terror on the Catholic communities in Belfast.
20,000 people gather in W. Belfast in the memory of Tom Williams.
Real IRA launch mortar attack on Derry British Army base.
Saville Inquiry temporarily moves to Britain to take testimony from paratroopers involved in Bloody Sunday.