If anyone doubted the shambolic nature of the official preparations for Brexit, they only needed to listen to the interview with the British foreign secretary Boris Johnson on BBC Radio Four's Today programme yesterday.
PART of our coverage of yesterday's marches in Belfast to call for the implementation of legacy investigation arrangements includes a poster carried by someone in the crowd with the image and name of nine-year-old Patrick Rooney.
If an Irish Language Act is a right, why does the public not have the right to know what exactly that right entails? Instead we must rely on selective media leaks to get an unconfirmed idea of what a proposed Irish Language Act (ILA) might contain.
We the undersigned are writing this letter in support of the ‘Time for Truth’ march organised by the Loughinisland, Ballymurphy, Springhill, New Lodge 6, McGurk’s, Kelly’s Bar and Ormeau Road campaign groups.