As the Members of the new House of Commons take their seats, or standing space, after the Queen’s Speech next week they will no doubt be looking over their shoulders to try to work out who are friends and who foe. 107 more words
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On this day, March 26th, in 2007, a historic meeting was made in the North of Ireland. Ian Paisley, an avid Protestant firebrand known for his “Never” phrases sat down with the other side of his coin, Gerry Adams, who led (and leads) Sinn Féin. 311 more words
The Prime Minister has embarrassed us on the public stage once more.
Abbott the manic monarchist records a video with the union jack on our flag clearly visible, then tells the Irish that it’s a great day for the English. 148 more words
When Lord Bannside (better known as Rev Ian Paisley), the founder of the Democratic Unionist Party and the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster, died on September 12th at the age of 88, a local newspaper marked his passing with the dismissive headline, Death of a Demagogue. 1,336 more words
A neighbour of Dundalk-born musician Jim Corr has been arrested over allegations of posting soiled knickers through his letter box.
According to a report in today’s Irish Mirror, officers questioned the pensioner over claims of harassment at the luxury gated Crawfordsburn estate in Co Down, where the 50-year-old lives. 208 more words