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UK-Irish relations 'too important for game-playing' during Brexit talksthese islands." During his contribution, Lord Trimble, former first minister o
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
these islands." During his contribution, Lord Trimble, former first minister of Northern Ireland and ex-leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, addressed the wider issues facing the region, with the failure to reinstate the collapsed... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Motion calling for Sinn Fein council head to retract Enniskillen bomb comments defeatedprotest. A motion calling for Chairman McCann to retract his comments was put
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
protest. A motion calling for Chairman McCann to retract his comments was put forward at a council meeting on Tuesday by Ulster Unionist Party councillor Howard Thornton, and seconded by his party colleague councillor Chris Smyth. It requested... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
UK-Irish relations 'too important for game-playing' during Brexit talksthese islands." During his contribution, Lord Trimble, former first minister o
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
these islands." During his contribution, Lord Trimble, former first minister of Northern Ireland and ex-leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, addressed the wider issues facing the region, with the failure to reinstate the collapsed... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Remembering Diana: What the Princess meant to usat Belfast Metropolitan College. The former UTV presenter is married to Ulster
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
at Belfast Metropolitan College. The former UTV presenter is married to Ulster Unionist Strangford MLA and former Ulster Unionist Party leader Mike Nesbitt (60) and they live in Castlereagh. They have two sons, PJ (22) and Christopher... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Public meetings to take place at Northern Ireland's hospitals to save £70 millionman power and because of increase in demand." He added: "This will have a glob
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
man power and because of increase in demand." He added: "This will have a global effect across the service." Roy Beggs, Ulster Unionist Party, also voiced his concerns on the Nolan show: "What we need is a minister in place and to achieve a... Read more

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