Mary Lou McDonald

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Boris Johnson promised to tear up NI protocol, says DUP MP Ian Paisley
Paisley says Johnson told him he ‘would sign up to changing that protocol and indeed tearing it up’

Lisa O'Carroll Brexit correspondent

14, Oct, 2021 @1:40 PM

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DUP may walk out of Stormont power-sharing over Brexit protocol
Jeffrey Donaldson says DUP is ‘totally opposed to Northern Ireland protocol as it presently exists’

Lisa O'Carroll Brexit correspondent

09, Sep, 2021 @8:51 AM

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Stormont assembly censures Sinn Féin members over funeral
Service for Bobby Storey last June drew a large crowd of mourners in breach of Covid rules

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

01, Apr, 2021 @4:35 PM

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How coronavirus is spurring the cause of a united Ireland | Una Mullally
A pandemic that knows no borders has arrived at the same time as political support for unity is growing, says the Irish Times columnist Una Mullally

Una Mullally

02, May, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Ireland's old political rivals hold talks over historic coalition
Coronavirus crisis spurs government formation talks between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

26, Mar, 2020 @5:16 PM

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Micheál Martin faces a battle of conscience to form Irish government
Fianna Fáil leader is a key player in breaking parliamentary deadlock, but has ruled out working with Sinn Féin

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

24, Feb, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Gerry Adams will be Sinn Féin negotiator, leaked brief reveals
Party challenged over IRA links as former leader quietly chosen to help form next government

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

21, Feb, 2020 @5:26 PM

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Varadkar resigns as Irish government enters stalemate
Taoiseach will continue as caretaker leader after inconclusive sitting of Dáil Éireann

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

20, Feb, 2020 @11:28 PM

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Varadkar prepares to go into opposition as deadlock continues
Irish parliament set to meet on Thursday despite no party having a majority

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

17, Feb, 2020 @10:37 PM

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‘People have moved on’. But can Sinn Féin really shrug off the past?
Despite its success in the Irish elections, the party is still tainted by association with crimes committed during the Troubles

Rory Carroll

16, Feb, 2020 @8:11 AM

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Consequences of Sinn Féin’s success in Ireland’s election | Letters
Letters: Joe McCarthy hopes it will tacklie Ireland’s iniquitous rental market, Alan Wallace on the prospect of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil working with the party, and Keith Flett on its anti-austerity focus

Letters

13, Feb, 2020 @6:37 PM

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Ireland election: what does Sinn Féin's victory mean for Irish Americans?
The victory for the party that backed the IRA during the Troubles was focused on bread-and-butter issues, not a united Ireland

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

11, Feb, 2020 @9:14 PM

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