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The leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, Mike Nesbitt, has revealed that he has effectively sold his party's soul to the devil in a electoral pact ahead of May's Westminster poll. Speaking from the steps of the Seventh Circle of...
As the Renewable Heat Initiative (RHI) scandal grows, revealing that the beneficiaries include a former DUP adviser, a Free Presbyterian Church and a Ferrari showroom - NI’s First Minister has unveiled an even more ambitious follow-up which she hopes...
Citizens across the Province were left ‘raging’ today, after phones started ringing off the wall from companies asking them if they’d ever been mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance. The calls started early this morning, after news emerged that Stormont chiefs had...
An anonymous member of the Stormont Executive has revealed that the annual round of cross-party talks is in reality a front for a massive political piss-up. "Everyone tries to fit in sneaky work pints during the run up to Christmas," said our...
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With a new Executive in place, Northern Ireland's MLAs are to spend the next month watching DVDs until their summer holidays start, The Ulster Fry has learned. After a short debate about what to show, Stormont caretaker Mr Chambers wheeled the...
Health chiefs have said that services are stretched to "breaking point" after an unprecedented influx of so-called patients to Accident and Emergency departments up and down the country. "This morning it seemed like everyone in Northern Ireland felt the need to...
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