In an exclusive interview with The Ulster Fry, outgoing Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has revealed that he intends to spend his retirement 'telling the real story of the troubles'. "It's important that people know the truth," he told us....
There are fears that history books may have to be rewritten after Gerry Kelly sensationally admitted that the IRA might have been a protagonist in the Troubles, although it was still all the Brits' fault. Mr Kelly was responding to...
After DUP leader Arlene foster made an appearance at the Ulster GAA final, Northern Ireland's other party leaders have all revealed plans to ''reach out" to their traditional opponents. "If Arlene was in a Rocky movie, this'd be like a...
There was sad news this Valentine's Day as one of the world's most romantic couples - The DUP and Sinn Fein - announced that they'd split, "for good this time". The couple, who've have had a stormy 'on-off' relationship since...
The UK will be allowed to sleep in the garden for two years after leaving the EU, the Brussels Chief negotiator Michel Barnier has revealed. "This will be part of a transition process," he explained, "You will be allowed in the...
Former DUP Spad (Special Adviser) Campbell Robinson-Williamson has very kindly agreed to join the Ulster Fry as an Agony Uncle. Here, he answers a few burning questions.... Dear Campbell, I'm a man in my mid-forties who's not very good in...
Controversial street artist Banksy appears to have waded into Northern Irish politics after one of his murals appeared on a "peace wall" in North Belfast this morning. Surprisingly it seems that the guerilla artist has thrown his weight behind Jim Allister, as...
A senior DUP politician is set to admit to murder, the Ulster Fry understands, as a twisted game of dare within the party, which sees players initiate a huge political scandal in a bid to get fired, escalates. "It all...
Following the revelation that global election results are being coerced by nefarious social media activity, local tech startup Jordanstown Analytica have admitted they've been manipulating NI voters on Facebook too. "Our practices aren't as sophisticated as them Cambridge smartholes," admitted...
Theatre-goers and political pundits are in for a treat today as the long-running Stormont on Ice show returns for an astonishing 378th successive performance. The show sees some of Northern Ireland's greatest play-actors don their ice skates in what has...

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