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Victims of historical abuse let down yet again

Survivors of abuse in Northern Ireland are entitled to feel aggrieved at the shabby way they have been treated by government since the publication of the Historical and Institutional Abuse (HIA) inquiry report almost three years ago.

Brian Feeney: DUP are the authors of their own misfortune

Brian Feeney
The DUP are the authors of their own misfortune and, in the words of Steve Baker, hardline Brexiteer chair of the inappropriately named European Research Group, they’ll just have to ‘choke it down’.

Huge concern over vendetta against QIH

THE latest threats to the directors of Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) in Co Fermanagh are appalling and represent a direct challenge to the rule of law and order.

Aontú offers republicans an alternative grassroots representation

We now know that the British parliament’s imposition, requested by Sinn Féin and the SDLP leader has become law in Northern Ireland and a great many of our people will know the consequences of this. It is undoubtedly true that the pro-abortion lobby has scored a significant victory in their terms in achieving this result.

Anita Robinson: Today's snowflake students need to dry their eyes

Anita Robinson
My withers remain remarkably unwrung by a press article about students at Bristol University where, due to acute housing shortage, they are forced to sleep in 8x10 foot ‘accommodation pods’ they describe as “appalling and not mentally viable”.

Donald Trump's comments unseemly

Donald Trump has several reasons to be grateful for the news at the weekend that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been killed in an American-led operation in north-western Syria.