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Leading article: DUP dilemma over battered Boris Johnson

The stunning judgment from the UK’s Supreme Court yesterday declaring that Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament was illegal has massive consequences both for the prime minister and also his allies in the DUP.

Sacrifices of busmen during Troubles needs to be acknowledged

Recently and with little fuss, a representative group of people which included many retired busmen and their families, trade union members and historians gathered in St George’s Church Hall in High Street, Belfast for the launch of a book Busmen in the firing line.

Unforgiving spotlight on Jeremy Corbyn

Even in a period of unprecedented political upheaval, it would be verging on the astonishing if Jeremy Corbyn, after a lifetime on the opposition benches, was shortly to become UK prime minister.

Hooded Men deserve full investigation

The BBC Spotlight programme on the history of the Troubles has served to remind us of the disturbing, shocking and horrifying events that took place over many years in Northern Ireland.

Boris Bridge could have economic benefits

Boris Bridge could have economic benefits I read the reports of the “bridge” feasibility study linking Northern Ireland to the Scotland with equal enthusiasm and dismay.

Kevin Lunney's sadistic attackers must be apprehended

As further details emerge of the horrific ordeal endured by businessman Kevin Lunney, pressure is growing on the police on both sides of the border to bring those responsible for this savage crime to justice.

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