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One year on, Brexit is still a bad idea

Today marks the first anniversary of the most seismic, disruptive and far-reaching decision in recent British political history when - against all the odds - a majority voted to leave the European Union.

Sensible compromise for Linfield/Celtic game

The sporting and security authorities deserve credit for moving swiftly to arrange a new date for the potential meeting of Linfield and Celtic at Windsor Park in Belfast.

DUP’s educational agenda excludes Protestant working classes

In an article ‘Can DUP honour faith of working- class loyalists?’ (June 15) Allison Morris made the point that the substantially increased DUP vote had been helped by the support that the party had received from the loyalist community where voter turnout was up, in some places to more than 70 per cent. 

Regret over retirement of Daniel Day-Lewis

Daniel Day-Lewis has already secured his place in cinema history as the only person to win three best actor Academy Awards, but there will still be enormous regret over the announcement that he has made his last film at the age of 60.

Jim Gibney: DUP may pay a high price for supporting Tories

Jim Gibney
Almost one hundred years after the imposition of partition and the denial of national democracy to the people of this country the implications of both continue to set the political agenda for all the parties in Ireland and Britain.

New date needed for Linfield/Celtic tie

The potential meeting of Celtic and Linfield next month in a qualifying tie for the European Champions League has attracted considerable interest, and, if confirmed, can be expected to attract large attendances over both legs.

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