Political party in Northern Ireland
Early on a chilly Sunday morning in January 2010, two groups of senior politicians set off from Belfast. They travelled separately, but their aim was for an historic reunification of unionism.
It says much about Northern Ireland’s changed political landscape that the last time a nationalist agreed to serve as leader of the opposition in Stormont, it was in response to a reformist unionist leader whose gestures included meeting nuns and inviting the Taoiseach to Stormont.
The DUP’s Gregory Campbell has hit back at claims his party’s refusal to enter the Executive is seriously damaging children’s health services in Northern Ireland, saying ministers are still in place to carry out necessary departmental work.
SDLP MP Claire Hanna has questioned Boris Johnson on whether he has “any regrets” in relation to his treatment of the people of Northern Ireland during his last session of Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday.
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