Valerie Robinson and Susan Thompson
Stormont's finance committee is to probe claims that a leading Belfast law firm had £7m in an offshore bank account “reportedly earmarked for a Northern Ireland politician” or party following a massive property deal.

Anger after Nathan Carter posters removed

Anger after Nathan Carter posters removed

A Co Antrim council has been criticised amid claims officials removed posters promoting a concert by country star Nathan Carter while ignoring illegal material gathered at bonfire sites.



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