Lucas Cumiskey. Peter O'Loughlin, 51, originally hailed from The Burren in County Clare, Ireland, but he moved to Islington when he was 17 and fell for the borough, so never left. Peter died of a bleed to the brain in hospital on June 26, after a drunken thug launched what police described as a "cowardly assault" on him, without provocation, in Camden Road on June 4. Peter's niece Amanda O'Loughlin told the Gazette : "He was genuinely the most decent, loving person I have had in my whole entire life. He never judged anyone because you never know what that person has gone through in life. He was so full of love and had so much love for his family. He was very hard working. Amanda added: "I was crying and laughing at work today because I didn't know what to say [about Peter].
It was launched in Dublin on 22 July Identity Ireland states that it favours Irish sovereignty and a return to the Irish pound. O'Loughlin also ran in the Irish general election in the Cork North-Central constituency as an independent, where he came last with only 0. Another party member, Ted Neville, was unsuccessful as an independent candidate in four previous elections in the Cork South-Central constituency.
Peter O'Loughlin, the genial and peaceful former candidate in the Carlow-Kilkenny by-election last May has been attacked by left wing thugs as he spoke at the GPO in Dublin. Peter has being brought to hospital with injuries to his head and face. It is understood that members of Sinn Fein and People before Profit, as well as associated extremist outfits such as Eirigi were present at the scene of the incident. Peter is a very civilised and respectable person as well as an accomplished writer and public speaker. There is no excuse for such fascism as witnessed at the GPO today.
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