Apr 24, 2017
Victims of child abuse have called on Northern Ireland political parties and the UK government to address the failure to implement the recommendations of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry report. After a demonstration at Stormont today, abuse survivors will hand in a 30-page document and letter calling for action, The Irish News reports. The briefing …Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/7KHiF
Northern Ireland bids to break political deadlock in snap election - The power-sharing government collapsed in January after Irish nationalists Sinn Fein withdrew support for the pro-British Democratic Unionist Party over its handling of a scandal around the abuse of heating subsidies.
The Northern Ireland Executive has failed in its legal duty to adopt an Irish language strategy, a High Court judge ruled today.
Labour candidate Bernard McEldowney sparks fury with claims about inquiry into institutional abuse
NORTHERN Ireland's political parties spent less than £19,000 campaigning for a Remain vote in the European Union referendum.
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has warned of a snap election or a return to direct rule if Stormont parties fail to form a government by early May.
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