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Republic is the EU nation that is most at risk from Brexit

Republic is the EU nation that is most at risk from Brexit

Lord King, former Governor of the Bank of England, is right to identify relations between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom as one of the important issues arising from the challenge of Brexit.

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Arlene accusers will look corrupt

Arlene accusers will look corrupt

Governments don’t sell scams financing environment enhancing responsibility.

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First minister Arlene Foster

Foster’s approach and tone show lack of leadership

An open letter to the first minister, Arlene Foster:

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Rev Dr Frank Sellar, who on Monday is making  a statement on the political situation. Picture by Pacemaker

Moderator: Praying that our political leaders receive grace and wisdom

This is a statement on the political situation in Northern Ireland that the Presbyterian Moderator will make today:

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Damien McLaughlin

PSNI should have kept a close eye on bail adherence

The rule of law in Northern Ireland has now reached an all-time low, suspects for serious crime treat it with absolute disdain.

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The UN Security Council which passed a motion criticising Israel. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Isolating Israel: The secularism threat to Christian belief

Outstanding writer and journalist, Billy Kennedy,pens a splendid piece in the News Letter (Jan 7).

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Ulster Unionist Party leader, David Trimble and Sinn Fein President, Gerry Adams pass within touching distance outside Castle  Buildings, Stormont during a break in the negotiations before the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998. Pic by PACEMAKER

Trevor Ringland: Sinn Fein undermined moderate unionism

When you hear Sinn Fein’s current complaints about the DUP, it’s tempting to say “dry your eyes and get on with it”.

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The Lord Chief Justice Sir Declan Morgan. Jim Allister QC MLA has written to him about the bail scandal. 
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Bail scandal: I trust the Lord Chief Justice will apologise, says Jim Allister

Jim Allister QC on Thursday sent this letter to the Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan, about the man who has gone missing ahead of his trial for dissident terror charges. Mr Allister also copied the letter to the media

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Speaking openly about Jesus - confusion can cause Christians to lose their nerve

Evangelical Alliance: We have advice on how Christians can share their faith

There has been confusion, on occasion fear and all too often misinformation which has caused Christians to pause and even lose their nerve about speaking openly about Jesus.

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The Bible

Know your Bible: The people responsible for taking the Disappeared will be coming for the rest of us

Like everyone in our wee Province, I watched as our deputy first minister resigned his position and, even though he reminded me of Wheezy from Toy Story, I felt sorry for him.

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The bile and bitterness of those who have an anti-Irish agenda

The bile and bitterness of those who have an anti-Irish agenda

On May 18th 2011 in a historic visit to Dublin Castle, Queen Elizabeth II, in a magnanimous show of respect for the Irish language addressed the gathering with “A Uachtaráin, agus a chairde”.

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Republicans have no intention of making NI work

Republicans have no intention of making NI work

We now have proof of the desperation of the weak DUP to roll over to Sinn Fein/IRA.

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Will republicans return to terror?

Will republicans return to terror?

Gerry Adams says that Martin McGuinness could resign if Arlene Foster does not stand aside during an investigation into a green energy scheme which went wrong.

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Arlene was a victim

Arlene was a victim

Could the reason Sinn Fein is keen to get rid of the first minister be the fact that when she was a schoolchild she was a victim of their terrorist campaign, and this seriously undermines their narrative of the Troubles?

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Gerry Adams should explain somersault

Gerry Adams should explain somersault

When Sam McBride writes (January 10) that amongst other matters the policies of DUP are “far more unionist than Sinn Fein”, he could have questioned the inclusiveness of DUP unionism - given the nature of the letters that some of its supporters contribute to the News Letter - and he could have added with respect to Sinn Fein, a unionism also “in an opposite direction”.

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Longing for the Chuckle Brothers again

Longing for the Chuckle Brothers again

Are all our elected politicians and in particular the DUP vaccinated against any type of culpability or integrity when acting and making decisions on behalf of the public?

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Soldiers and police face courts, not terrorists

Danny Kinahan: Opposing bail for elderly soldier is an affront to decency

I want to express my outrage at the treatment of Corporal Major Dennis Hutchings, in his bid to have his bail conditions varied.

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Ulster Unionist MLA Robin Swann, leader Mike Nesbitt and Steve Aiken MLA at Stormont on Monday for RHI crisis

Mike Nesbitt: The people of NI deserve answers on ‘cash for ash’

How interesting that a day after asking the Secretary of State to initiate a Public Inquiry into the scandal of the Renewable Heat Incentive, Mrs Foster has finally come over to our idea of using the 2005 Inquiries Act.

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The DUP sowed seeds of this crisis at St Andrews

The DUP sowed seeds of this crisis at St Andrews

In 2006 at St Andrews, the DUP for totally selfish and unprincipled reasons made minor changes the Northern Ireland Act 1998 that sowed the seeds of our current political crisis.

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