WHATEVER happened during Pope Francis's visit to Ireland, it was always destined to be measured against John Paul II's celebrated 1979 trip, with the subtext that it would inevitably be a negative comparison. Following a deeply venerated figure like John Paul...
Ahead of Dominic Raab launching the British government's no deal advice yesterday, his cabinet colleague Liam Fox announced an export deal for dairy products to China that he claimed could benefit farmers in Northern Ireland.
THERESA May yesterday reminded her Belfast audience that when she became prime minister just over two years ago she was keen to highlight how the full name of her party was "the Conservative and Unionist Party".
THE Court of Appeal ruling on the Hightown incinerator changes nothing substantively and merely reaffirms May's High Court decision to quash Department of Infrastructure approval for the controversial waste-to-power plant.