We know that legacy cases from our violent past are among the most difficult and sensitive matters yet to be resolved, with bereaved families waiting decades to be told the full circumstances of a loved one's death.
There are growing indications that the attempts by the British prime minister Theresa May to finalise what she hoped to present as a pragmatic solution to the Irish border crisis during her Brexit negotiations are on the point of collapse.
I was not at all surprised to read the article (April 28) that Wallace Thompson obviously considered it worth while to defend the absolute contempt expressed by Free Presbyterian clergyman Peter McIntyre, in his Ulster Bulwark article describing the Catholic Mass as evil.
ALL those associated with the various stages of the disastrous Brexit campaign, particularly its supporters in the DUP, would do well to reflect on the ultimate fate of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP).
So farewell then to the customs partnership, Britain’s official policy for frictionless borders post-Brexit, which has been killed off in cabinet nine months after Prime Minister Theresa May adopted it.