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Speaking at Friday’s Ard Fheis in Derry, Martin McGuinness jubilantly told members that Sinn Fein were 'going to have the biggest party in Ireland’, much to the delight of delegates, who admitted that they 'haven’t had a good piss up up in ages'. Rumours of a shindig...
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There were angry exchanges in Stormont today after DUP Minister Mervyn Storey revealed that he had recently got lost while travelling to a public engagement, because the language on his ministerial car Sat Nav had been changed to Irish. "I...
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Finance Minister Simon Hamilton has outlined controversial plans to get rid of the entire public sector in Northern Ireland by 2017. Discussing his latest budget proposals, the DUP MLA said that the cutbacks would be "difficult" but that they were...

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