The candidates in some of NI’s most closely fought seats have been going to extreme lengths to woo voters on the eve of the election, the Ulster Fry can reveal. In Enniskillen we spotted the UUP’s Tom Elliot lurking by a...
Turkeys across the country are celebrating wildly today as the fantastic opportunity to vote for yet another Christmas presented itself. The election looks likely after the shockingly unsurprising resignation of Deputy Farm Minister Marty McSpreader finally gave the angry birds the chance...
DUP leader Peter Robinson announced a major reshuffle of his ministerial team today, in what he described as a bid to "find the right people with the right skills for the job." In a headline grabbing move, Mr Robinson has...
With the Brexit process facing yet more delays, the UK government are considering allowing Northern Ireland public transport company Translink to oversee the timetable for exiting the EU. "This Brexit thing is taking ages to sort out," confirmed Theresa May....
After seeing a plan that would see Northern Ireland remain in the Single Market shot down by the DUP, an exasperated Theresa May has tabled proposals that would allow everyone in the UK to choose their own individually tailored...
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers today told the House of Commons that paramilitaries here are still armed, and that their members are still "up to shite." The shock revelations shocked nobody, with an estimated 95% of the population bewildered that...
It's the last leaders' debate before the election tonight, a final chance for everyone to mull over some tough questions - how do I decide between the DUP and Sinn Fein? Should I vote Alliance or TUV? What time's this...
Following the revelation that Boris Johnson believes the popularity of Prosecco in the UK is a valid bargaining tool in getting a better trade deal with Italy, the Ulster Fry have uncovered more of his cunning post-brexit negotiating tactics thanks to an exclusive interview. Denmark "The UK buys a lot...
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...
Following the news that outgoing Communities Minister Paul Givan allocated £25,000 of public funding to an Ulster Scots Society that didn’t even exist, The Ulster Fry has learned that several other imaginary local projects are now set to be...

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