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General views of Stormont Parliament Buildings as politicians discuss possible covid 19 restrictions on December 20th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph)

General views of Stormont Parliament Buildings as politicians discuss possible covid 19 restrictions on December 20th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph)

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First Minister Arlene Foster, right, and Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill arrive for a press conference at Parliament Buildings, Stormont (Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA)

First Minister Arlene Foster, right, and Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill arrive for a press conference at Parliament Buildings, Stormont (Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye/PA)

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General views of Stormont Parliament Buildings as politicians discuss possible covid 19 restrictions on December 20th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph)

It has always been generally acceptable in high society circles to arrive fashionably late.

Most of us don’t have the luxury of living in high society.

But there’s arriving late to make a stylish entrance to the party, then there’s turning up on the doorstep when everyone else is already home in bed wondering what on earth you have been up to.


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