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QUESTIONS have been raised about the owner of an email address Sinn Féin used to receive secret communication from Nama inquiry witness Jamie Bryson, as the inquiry into who in the party knew about the backchannel contact with the loyalist was discussed at Stormont.

 

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The DUP toes the line while the finance committee wastes time

The DUP toes the line while the finance committee wastes time

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IT took five days but finally the DUP got around to calling for Máirtín Ó Muilleoir to step aside as finance minister until the investigation into the Daithí McKay-Jamie Bryson backchanneling scandal is concluded.
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Máirtín Ó Muilleoir digs in amid growing pressure to step aside
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir under pressure as ‘lone wolf' theory queried by Finance Committee

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir under pressure as ‘lone wolf' theory queried by Finance Committee

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ALMOST a week since the Irish News broke the story of a secret backchannel between a loyalist blogger and Sinn Féin - private communication that seemed aimed on ending the career of former First Minister Peter Robinson - the scandal rumbles on.
The DUP toes the line while the finance committee wastes time    Máirtín Ó Muilleoir digs in amid growing pressure to step aside    Who is the ‘third man' in Sinn Féin and Jamie Bryson scandal?    Stormont's committees ‘need to be reformed' says Jenny Palmer