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Before playing fast and loose with public funds political parties should know the rules of big boys’ playground

Posted By: November 17, 2016

“Arlene Foster, through no fault of her own, inherited a system where loyalists in places such as east Belfast were appeased financially.She may not have been the architect of the various paramilitary slush funds,  but she now finds herself the gatekeeper and needs to assert her leadership.” Allison Morris .Irish News (Belfast). Thursday, November 17, 2016 As of this week, you […]

ACADEMICS GIVE EVIDENCE TO WESTMINISTER COMMITTEE PROBING FUTURE OF BORDER

Posted By: November 17, 2016

Lesley-Anne McKeown. Irish News (Belfast). Thursday, November 17, 2016

North’s unique circumstances need to be recognized and provided for

Posted By: November 17, 2016

MARTIN MCGUINNESS PLATFORM FM NEWS.  Irish News (Belfast). Thursday, November 17, 2016 In â??SERIOUS SITUATION??: Martin McGuinness says Brexit presents challenges to the Good Friday Agreement as well as the politics, social interaction, and economic prosperity of Northern Ireland Picture: Margaret McLaughlin MINISTERS and senior government officials from across the island of Ireland will come […]

Disgraceful Failure to Address PSNI make-u

Posted By: November 16, 2016

“ ‘A new beginning to policing’— creating an acceptable police service  for Northern Ireland— was meant to be an essential pillar of the Good Friday Agreement and the Irish-peace-process. This article in the Irish News (Belfast) by noted commentator Brian Feeney is most disturbing and ought to be of deep concern to Members of Congress. Catholics […]

Parliament’s Power Over Brexit

Posted By: November 16, 2016

THE EDITORIAL BOARD. NEW YORK TIMES.THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER  3, 2016Someday the British court ruling on Brexit may be studied as a milestone in parliamentary democracy. For now, though, it throws Britain’s fateful move to part ways with the European Union into considerable disarray.On Thursday, a three-judge panel of the High Court unanimously ruled that since Parliament voted in 1972 to join the predecessor of the E.U., the government […]

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