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Bonfire concerns need to be addressed

There was a certain inevitability to the Belfast City Council vote in favour of allowing staff or contractors to remove materials from any bonfire site in the city.

Former diplomat’s claims about support for ‘Irexit’ are fanciful

Former Irish ambassador to Canada Ray Bassett, supported by DUP colonial Brexit fantasists, proposes Irexit in Policy Exchange, a right-wing outfit one of whose leading lights is Michael Gove who actively campaigned for Leave and who opposes the Good Friday Agreement.

Letters to the Editor: Outrage at Belfast Pride

All of the noise and colour of this weekend’s parade in Belfast cannot disguise the fact that the event is a celebration of immorality, bringing shame and disgrace to our capital city.

Taoiseach's closer engagement in north should be welcomed

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's decision to attend a gay pride event in Belfast on Saturday is fascinating in a number of respects, not least because it will be seen as a sign the Irish government is paying much closer attention to what is happening north of the border.

Brexit border confusion must be cleared up

Stephen Oreilly
THE CONSERVATIVE party confusion over Brexit continued at the weekend with senior party spokesmen expressing apparently opposite views, particularly on the issue of free movement.

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