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NI should not allow segregated schools or compulsory Gaelic

Whatever you do, do not allow Gaelic to be compulsorily taught or a prerequisite for a job.

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We voted Leave so let’s get on with it

We voted Leave so let’s get on with it

As one who voted Leave in June 2016 and trudged around hundreds of doors in South Antrim to achieve a 51.5% leave vote, I am sceptical of both Diane Dodds MEP and DUP leader, Arlene Foster, in their support for the prime minister’s ramblings in Florence.

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The great Brexit betrayal by PM

The great Brexit betrayal by PM

Theresa May’s speech in Florence was a betrayal of around 17.5 million people.

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Researching the history of Clare Presbyterian church and village

Researching the history of Clare Presbyterian church and village

I am currently researching the history of Clare Presbyterian church and village outside Tandragee and I am trying to find a photograph of our longest serving Minister – the Rev John Bell (1824-1876).

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Prime Minister Theresa May in Florence, Italy, sets out her plans for a transitional period from the date of Brexit in March 2019, expected to last two years, before moving to a permanent trade deal. It was good to hear Mrs May refer to the joint commitment to an absence of border physical infrastructure. Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/PA Wire

Mutual onus on EU-UK to be flexible

Before the EU membership referendum in the UK, both Church of Ireland archbishops cogently expressed concerns about a pro-Brexit vote.

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Raymond McCord: Be it soldiers or terrorists, no-one should be immune from prosecution

Raymond McCord: Be it soldiers or terrorists, no-one should be immune from prosecution

With the ongoing arguments and controversy over former soldiers being charged with Troubles-related shootings maybe one way of solving it could be very simple and lawful.

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Bombardier job losses emphasise the importance of having Stormont

It is time to move beyond the Stormont ‘carve up’ and towards voluntary coalition

Further job losses at Bombardier emphasise the importance that we have a properly functioning executive to focus on our economy.

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David McNarry: Time to bring in voluntary coalition

David McNarry: Time to bring in voluntary coalition

An open letter to the Secretary of State James Brokenshire:

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Sinn Fein's northern leader, Michelle O'Neill and party colleague John O'Dowd
. They were two of the 19 Stormont candidates in the party, a majority of them, whose knowledge of Irish was limited to words and phrases

The political parties that demand an Irish language act cannot themselves speak it

In the debate about a proposed Irish language act (ILA) one important piece of evidence appears to have been largely overlooked.

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An Irish language act should focus on practical items

An Irish language act should focus on practical items

A chara,

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No need for an ILA

No need for an ILA

Irish is already taught to children in Catholic schools in Northern Ireland.

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The Irish border is a British invention

The Irish border is a British invention

There is a God-made natural border around Ireland; it is called the Irish Sea (not British sea!) and the Atlantic Ocean.

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Willie Frazer: BBC Spotlight should look at the 378 murders in South Armagh by a small gang

Willie Frazer: BBC Spotlight should look at the 378 murders in South Armagh by a small gang

I watched Tuesday night’s BBC Spotlight programme hosted by Mandy McAuley with interest.

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Young Irish should think about Adams’ love for Europe, which now wants an army

Young Irish should think about Adams’ love for Europe, which now wants an army

As one who wants to see people in peace, I cannot understand the politics of Gerry Adams of Sinn Fein, who seems to think the Brits caused many of his problems.

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