DUP MP for Strangford
DUP politician Ian Paisley has received free tickets worth around £3,200 to several major sporting events in recent months. He has had more “freebies” in the past year than any of the other 17 Northern Ireland MPs.
The Northern Ireland MP who broke down in the House of Commons over the behaviour of Number 10 during a Covid lockdown has said the findings of Sue Gray’s report are “hugely damaging” for public confidence.
An east Belfast councillor has said that she feels “betrayed” and “sickened” at the news of the Prime Minister’s ‘bring your own bottle’ party at Downing Street after her newborn baby daughter spent the first few days of her life in ICU following a traumatic lockdown birth.
Three thousand seven hundred and eleven. And rising. That’s the stark death toll of Covid-19 in Northern Ireland — a virus that less than two years ago none of us even knew existed. Today’s breakdown of how each of our postcodes has been hit by the illness is revealing — and as with the presentation of any such data will cause people to wonder why certain areas have been affected more than others.
A proliferation of pooping pigeons is posing a problem. And while Newtownards is proud of its military heritage as the home of SAS founding member Blair Mayne, whose statue looks over the Conway Square scene of carnage, the dive-bombing squadrons are proving to be an unwelcome hazard in the Co Down town.
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