The Irish Post

In the early 1990s for The Irish Post in the UK. This period of Phil’s work saw him focus on the social exclusion of the Irish community in Britain. Born and reared in Glasgow in an Irish household Phil was an important voice during the days of the social exclusion of the Irish community in Scotland.

Please click on any of the following headlines to read each article.

Ant-Catholic ‘banter’ rife within the SFA
15th January 2011 :: PDF Format

TDs fury at Irish Government’s apathy towards ‘Famine Song’
15th January 2011 :: PDF Format

Racism still raises its head in Scotland
28th August 2010 :: PDF Format

The Famine Songs gets the Red Card
08th November 2008 :: PDF Format

Anti-Irish Racism is treated as a Non-Issue
04th October 2008 :: PDF Format

SHOULD WE BE ON THE DEFENSIVE ABOUT NEUTRALITY?
13th May 1995 :: PDF Format

MURDER MOST IMPURE THAT ROCKED A NATION
25th March 1995 :: PDF Format

RUN OVER BY THE FOURTH ESTATE
6th November 1993 :: PDF Format

BLOODY SUNDAY IN THE PUNJAB
17th April 1993 :: PDF Format

STOP THE FLOW OF THE ONES THAT GOT AWAY
27th March 1993 :: PDF Format

ONLY GUILTY OF BEING BELFAST CATHOLICS
20th March 1993 :: PDF Format

THE DAY THAT MADE HISTORY
29th January 1993 :: PDF Format

THE TARTAN IN THE TRICOLOUR
12th December 1992 :: PDF Format

A WATERSHED WITH MODERN ECHOES
7th November 1992 :: PDF Format

TV COVERAGE OR COVER-UP?
31st October 1992 :: PDF Format

PLAYING A PART TO STRENGTHEN TIES
17th October 1992 :: PDF Format

POINTS NOT PINTS OVER THE BAR
19th September 1992 :: PDF Format

ALL THE QUEEN’S MEN?
12th September 1992 :: PDF Format

GLASGOW’S IRISH INPUT
5th September 1992 :: PDF Format

LEGACY OF BITTERNESS
1st August 1992 :: PDF Format