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Arlene Foster accuses EU of inflexibility over Northern Ireland

DUP leader’s comments are latest salvo in party’s campaign to dilute or ditch Northern Ireland protocolArlene Foster, Northern Ireland’s first minister and leader of the Democratic Unionist party (DUP), has accused the EU of belligerence and inflexibility in its application of post-Brexit arrangements for the region.The EU commission was disrupting supply chains and damaging the Good Friday agreement through a “disproportionate” application of the Northern Ireland protocol, the part of the Brexi...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Eu, European Union, UK News, Northern Ireland, Brexit, Arlene Foster, DUP, Democratic Unionist, Democratic Unionist party (DUP


Brexit: Government 'poking EU in eye' over grace periods

Tony Blair's former chief of staff says the Northern Ireland Protocol is the least worst option.
Tags: News, Eu, Northern Ireland, Tony Blair


'Significant pressure' on post-primary places in Northern Ireland

Almost 25,000 pupils are expected to transfer to post primary schools in Northern Ireland next year.
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Brexit: EU to launch legal proceedings against UK 'very soon'

Threat of action follows UK moves to unilaterally delay implementation of part of deal relating to Northern IrelandBrussels has warned it will launch legal action “very soon” following a move by the UK to unilaterally delay implementation of part of the Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland.The European commission vice-president, Maroš Šefčovič, said the announcement by the government on Wednesday had come as a “very negative surprise”. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Brexit, Maros Sefcovic


EU postpones setting date for ratifying Brexit trade deal

Move follows Boris Johnson being accused of breaking international law for second time over Northern IrelandThe European parliament has postponed setting a date for ratifying the trade and security deal with Britain after Boris Johnson was accused of breaking international law for a second time over Northern Ireland.The chamber’s political groups agreed on Thursday to wait in light of the latest row with Downing Street, with some senior MEPs warning that the Christmas Eve deal will not be passed...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Britain, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Brexit, Trade Policy


BritBox North America, BBC Commission Crime Drama ‘Hope Street’

BritBox North America, the BBC Studios and ITV-backed SVOD service specializing in British content, and the BBC have commissioned crime drama “Hope Street.” The ensemble serial is set in the fictional town of Port Devine in Northern Ireland, and will focus on its police department, and the mysterious arrival of English detective constable Alimah Khan, […]
Tags: News, Global, Bbc, Itv, Northern Ireland, North America, Bbc Studios, BritBox, BritBox North America BBC Commission Crime Drama, BBC Studios and ITV, Port Devine, Alimah Khan


UK's plan to extend Brexit grace period infuriates Irish and EU officials

Move to extend grade period for trade with Northern Ireland has damaged trust, says EU commissionerBoris Johnson’s unilateral move to ease the impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland has damaged Brussels’ trust in the government, according to the EU commissioner taking key decisions on access for the City of London to the European market.The UK was accused of breaking international law for a second time on Wednesday after ministers said they would extend a grace period on a range of checks on trade...
Tags: Politics, UK, London, Eu, European Union, UK News, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Brussels, Johnson, Brexit, Great Britain, Trade Policy


Brexit: loyalist paramilitary groups renounce Good Friday agreement

Loyalist Communities Council warns of ‘strength of feeling’ over border checks but says protests should stay peacefulLoyalist paramilitary groups have told the British and Irish governments they are withdrawing support for the Good Friday agreement in protest at Northern Ireland’s Irish Sea trade border with the rest of the UK.The Loyalist Communities Council, an umbrella group that represents the views of the UVF, UDA and Red Hand Commando, wrote a letter to Boris Johnson and Ireland’s taoiseac...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, European Union, UK News, World news, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Northern Irish politics, Brexit, Micheal Martin, Irish Sea, Loyalist Communities Council, Red Hand Commando


Brexit: Northern Ireland loyalist groups renounce Good Friday Agreement

Loyalist Communities Council warns of ‘strength of feeling’ over border checks but says protests about Northern Ireland Protocol should stay peacefulA body that claims to represent loyalist paramilitary organisations has told Boris Johnson the outlawed groups are withdrawing support for Northern Ireland’s historic peace agreement.The Loyalist Communities Council (LCC) said the groups were temporarily withdrawing their backing of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement amid mounting concerns about the ...
Tags: Europe, UK News, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Belfast, Brexit, Irish Sea, Loyalist Communities Council, Loyalist Communities Council LCC


Brexit: Northern Ireland loyalist armies renounce Good Friday Agreement

Loyalist Communities Council warns of ‘strength of feeling’ over border checks but says protests about Northern Ireland Protocol should stay peacefulA body that claims to represent loyalist paramilitary organisations has told Boris Johnson the outlawed groups are withdrawing support for Northern Ireland’s historic peace agreement.The Loyalist Communities Council (LCC) said the groups were temporarily withdrawing their backing of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement amid mounting concerns about the ...
Tags: Europe, UK News, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Belfast, Brexit, Irish Sea, Loyalist Communities Council, Loyalist Communities Council LCC


Supermarkets may get more time to adapt to Northern Ireland trading rules

Move on post-Brexit trading will raise fears No 10 may try to tweak Northern Ireland protocolThe British government has signalled it may take unilateral action to give supermarkets and suppliers more time to adapt to post-Brexit trading rules with Northern Ireland.Brandon Lewis, the Northern Ireland secretary, told the Commons on Wednesday that later in the day he would set out a “new operation plan” for sending goods from Great Britain to Northern Ireland. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Business, Politics, European Union, UK News, Northern Ireland, Brexit, Great Britain, Brandon Lewis


'Text-a-nurse' service launches for young people

Pupils in Northern Ireland can text for advice on issues like their emotional wellbeing and bullying.
Tags: News, Northern Ireland


Northern Ireland’s five steps out of Covid lockdown: key points

Plan for moving from lockdown to relaxation of restrictions will be guided by data Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNorthern Ireland’s deputy first minister, Michelle O’Neill, has unveiled a cautious five-step plan to ease the region’s Covid-19 lockdown. The plan has no hard dates and will be led by data, notably the reproductive rate of the virus, O’Neill told the Stormont assembly on Tuesday.The 28-page plan, titled Moving Forward: the Executive’s Pathway out of Rest...
Tags: Science, Biology, UK News, Medical Research, Ireland, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Northern Ireland, O'Neill, Stormont Assembly, Michelle O'Neill, Coronavirus


How British Intelligence manufactured a Satanic Panic in Northern Ireland

The British government once launched a PsyOps campaign against the Provisional IRA that attempted to frame them as devil-worshipping Cultists. They even went as far as having Intelligence Agents research Crowley and other occultists in order to accurately replicate "black masses" and other rituals, which they staged throughout the Northern Irish countryside. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Intelligence, Britain, Satan, Northern Ireland, Ira, Propaganda, Hail Satan, Military Intelligence, British Empire, Occult, Crowley, Satanic Panic, Satanism, Psyops


Bank of Ireland to shut 15 of its 28 branches in Northern Ireland

The bank currently has 28 branches in Northern Ireland and says it will close 15 of them.
Tags: News, Ireland, Northern Ireland


Bank of Ireland to shut more than half NI branches

The bank currently has 28 branches in Northern Ireland and says it will close 15 of them.
Tags: News, Ireland, Northern Ireland


Rory McIlroy trails Collin Morikawa by four at WGC-Workday Championship in Florida

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy shoots a 66 in the third round at the WGC-Workday Championship and is four shots behind leader Collin Morikawa in Florida.
Tags: Florida, News, Rory Mcilroy, Wgc, Northern Ireland, Collin Morikawa


Northern Ireland's fine weather to continue through start of spring

The weather is set to stay settled until the end of the week as we welcome meteorological spring.
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Covid-19: Northern Ireland's first 12 months with the virus

From infection rates, to home-schooling and vaccines - BBC News NI looks back at the pandemic year.
Tags: News, Northern Ireland, BBC News NI


UK and EU fail break to break impasse over Irish Sea border

Joint committee reiterates commitment to Northern Ireland protocol despite problems with supply chainsEU and UK leaders have failed to break the impasse over the controversial Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland after more than two hours of talks.However, the two sides have pledged to reach a “pragmatic solution”, with the UK agreeing to develop new plans to respond to problems with supermarket supplies. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Michael Gove, Brexit, Arlene Foster, Democratic Unionist party (DUP


Team GB? Debuts? Tactics? What we learned from England's victory over Northern Ireland

Six goals, a first Ellen White hat-trick and four debuts - plenty of positives for Hege Riise's first England game in charge. But what did we learn?
Tags: England, News, Northern Ireland, Ellen White, Hege Riise


What we learned from England's victory over Northern Ireland

Six goals, a first Ellen White hat-trick and four debuts - plenty of positives for Hege Riise's first England game in charge. But what did we learn?
Tags: England, News, Northern Ireland, Ellen White, Hege Riise


England 6-0 Northern Ireland highlights: Ellen White scores hat-trick for Lionesses

Watch highlights as Ellen White scores a hat-trick to help England thrash Northern Ireland 6-0 in interim manager Hege Riise's first game as temporary Lionesses boss.
Tags: England, News, Northern Ireland, Ellen White, Hege Riise


Coronavirus: Hopes for organised sport return for NI children

There are growing calls for children in Northern Ireland to be allowed to play organised sport again.
Tags: News, Northern Ireland


White hits hat-trick as England thrash Northern Ireland

Ellen White scores a hat-trick as England thrashed Northern Ireland in Hege Riise's first game as temporary Lionesses boss.
Tags: England, News, Northern Ireland, Ellen White, Hege Riise


Covid-19: South Africa variant found in Northern Ireland

Three cases are found but the Department of Health says the risk of transmission is low.
Tags: News, South Africa, Northern Ireland, Department Of Health


White scores hat-trick as England romp to victory

Ellen White scores a hat-trick as England thrashed Northern Ireland in Hege Riise's first game as temporary Lionesses boss.
Tags: England, News, Northern Ireland, Ellen White, Hege Riise


'Strong case' for Northern Ireland children to return to school

Education minister's comments come after PM says all pupils in England will return on 8 March.
Tags: UK, England, News, Northern Ireland


Flood risk as stormy weather hits Northern Ireland

A yellow warning means it will be wet and windy with some risk of flooding throughout Tuesday.
Tags: News, Northern Ireland


Unemployment rate in Northern Ireland rises to 3.6%

While the rate has risen, the pace of redundancies being confirmed has slowed in recent months.
Tags: News, Northern Ireland



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