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John Manley

The British and Irish governments have rejected Sinn Féin's call for a border poll in the aftermath of Britain's vote for EU withdrawal. The Leave campaign emerged as the surprise victor in Thursday's referendum, securing a majority 1.26m voters over Remain. The vote signals the UK's withdrawal from the EU more than 40 years after joining.



  • OO parade expected to be permitted to walk the Crumlin Road next Friday morning with an agreement to dismantle protest camp once complete
  • Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival reveals first details of performers
  • Belfast Orangefest billboard campaign calls for sensible behaviour over Twelfth
  • Woman reveals how broken down bus led to her £1 million lottery win
  • Jo Cox suffered multiple stab and gunshot wounds, inquest is told
  • Donald Trump hails Brexit vote as 'great thing' for the UK
  • Brexit vote shockwaves rock global markets
  • Police seeking Sinead O'Connor amid fears for her wellbeing

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Michael O'Neill expects 'good old-fashioned' clash with Wales

Michael O'Neill expects 'good old-fashioned' clash with Wales

Euro 2016
Michael O’Neill claims Northern Ireland and Wales will serve up a “good old-fashioned British game” in the French capital and he wants his players to feed off the hype surrounding the last 16 tie.
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