Northern Ireland’s first minister Peter Robinson has warned of “nuclear options” if Stormont doesn’t approve the Welfare Reform Bill.
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Amidst a highly charged by-election campaign in Mid Ulster, the first minister has warned that Unionists in Northern Ireland are losing confidence in the police force.
TweetA former Northern Ireland Secretary has criticised the Government for failing to do enough to engage with the loyalist community in Northern Ireland. Amidst on-going violence on the streets of Belfast over the decision by the City Council to fly the Union Jack only on certain days at the city hall, Labour MP Peter Hain […]
Ed Jacobs reports on the struggling of those in Northern Ireland in search of an apology for the role played by the Irish govt in the development of the IRA.
Alex Salmond uses the Diamond Jubilee to reaffirm the Scottish government’s commitment to the monarch.
Political leaders in Northern Ireland call for prayer for Ian Paisley, the propsoects for Scottish independence don’t look so great, and Welsh Labour defends the NHS in the principality.
Left Foot Forward’s Ed Jacobs looks ahead to the political situation in Northern Ireland in 2012.
Northern Ireland’s first minister, Peter Robinson, has called for the government to publish in full the inventory of weapons decommissioned throughout the peace process.
Ulster parties have supported a review into the way special advisers at Stormont are appointed, following anger at the appointment by Sinn Fein of Mary McArdle.
Ed Jacobs looks at the aftermath of the first ever ‘everyday’ elction in Northern Ireland and asks what the future holds for the Stormont Assembly.