For the sake of your sanity, call it a day Mr Robinson

When Peter Robinson became first minister he promised stability and the end to stop-start government. He insisted that he and Sinn Fein could work together
In early December 2003, just after the assembly election that saw the DUP nudge ahead of the UUP, I wrote a piece setting out the arguments for David Trimble’s immediate resignation as UUP leader. It hadn’t been a disastrous election for the party (27 MLAs to the DUP’s 30), yet it still seemed to me that “it can only get worse for him on the personal, political and electoral fronts. He, and he alone, will become the issue for voters and that will damage the party”. At that moment I was also certain that Jeffrey Donaldson, Arlene Foster and Nora Beare (all el[...]

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