A proposal to give all MPs a massive boot up the hole has been passed by 542 votes to 3 in a special evening sitting of the House of Common People. The decision follows another "meaningful vote" in Westminster, which...
The more observant among you will have noticed that our councillors have been appearing in local papers more often recently, pointing at potholes and telling everyone what a great job they did getting a toilet opened for an extra...
Stormont witnessed extraordinary scenes yesterday, as a heated debate developed over the religious make-up of the towns which feature on local television weather reports. The argument began after Sinn Fein MLA Aimsir Fliuch asked Culture Minister Carál Ní Chuilín if her department would introduce...
Conservative Chancellor George Osborne unveiled his pre-election budget today, spelling out his economic plans for the year ahead. Meanwhile, millions of people across the country sat wearily staring at TVs and laptop screens for nearly four hours, listening to Osborne 'blather...
March 12th. Woke up this morning feeling really liberal and respectful. I think I'll make a big banner that tells everyone how respectful I am, and demand that they respect it. March 13th. Been singing that Aretha Franklin song all day. R.E.S.P.E.C.T,...
The newly appointed leader of the Ulster Unionist Party has hit out at rumours that he once broke a child's arm in a bizarre wing flapping accident. Robin Swann, 45, is alleged to have inadvertently injured a 6-year-old boy whilst...
Stormont politicians have lodged over one million pounds in claims to help them cover the cost of debating the expenses scandal, The Ulster Fry has learned. The news came to light after concerns were raised by the Independent Parliamentary Standards...
With the Stormont talks still in deadlock, the Conservative government has unveiled a radical new funding programme for the education sector in Northern Ireland. "It's perfectly simple," Secretary of State James Brokenshite told the House of Commons. "Instead of giving principals...
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...
After agreeing to pay for a ferry that doesn't work, and to cover the world's biggest heating bill, recriminations are once again flying at Stormont over the failure to organise this year’s Christmas party, which had been planned as...

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