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BREXIT SOFTENS ORANGE COUGH


Arlene Foster, Acting Northern Ireland First Minster, arrives for her first day in office at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010. In an emotional statement Monday, First Minister Peter Robinson said he would step aside for a few weeks to answer questions about his wife's romantic and financial dealings with the 19-year-old for whom she helped raised tens of thousands of pounds (dollars) when she was 58. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

Arlene-Foster


IT looks as if Brexit and its consequences will dominate political discourse in the north for the foreseeable future remarkably even pushing the ‘Twalf’ and Orange marches to the sidelines. The UK vote to leave the EU did not go unnoticed in speeches at some... Read more »

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