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boris johnson

Boris Johnson Tells DUP To ‘Roll Up Their Sleeves’ And Enter Government With Sinn Fein

Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Thales weapons manufacturer in Belfast during a visit to Northern Ireland for talks with Stormont parties. Boris Johnson has told the DUP to “roll up their sleeves” and enter government at Stormont with Sinn Fein.The prime minister also defended government plans to introduce a new law allowing them to unilaterally rip up the Northern Ireland Protocol.Johnson spoke out after talks with the leadership of all five […]

today16 May 2022

brexit

Northern Ireland: New Political Crisis As Stormont Fails To Elect Speaker

DUP Leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson speaking in the Great Hall of Parliament Buildings at Stormont. (Photo by Liam McBurney/PA Images via Getty Images)Northern Ireland is facing a fresh political crisis as the Stormont Assembly failed to elect a new speaker amid the fall-out from the post-Brexit trading arrangement.The DUP has blocked the election of a speaker in protest at the Northern Ireland Protocol, the agreement trashed put between the UK […]

today13 May 2022

DUP

Political Earthquake In Northern Ireland As Sinn Fein Emerges As Largest Party

Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland and Irish republican Sinn Fein party member Michelle O'Neill.Sinn Fein has made political history after emerging as the largest party in Northern Ireland.After years of lagging behind its rival the Democratic Unionist Party, with whom it shares power, the nationalist party has now emerged on top with the potential to change the political landscape in the Northern Ireland.Its position as the largest party means […]

today7 May 2022

Democratic Unionist Party

Northern Ireland Assembly Election: Why You Should Be Paying Attention

Sinn Fein northern leader Michelle O'Neill meets members of the public as she canvesses at Kennedy shopping centre in Belfast.If the polls have it right, Northern Ireland could be on the brink of seismic change. Ever since the Protestant-majority state was found a century ago after the republic of Ireland’s independence from Britain, its governments have been led by unionist politicians who defined themselves as British.But one recent survey had Sinn Fein, the […]

today4 May 2022 1

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