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Sinn Fein asks UK government to step into Stormont row and pass Irish Language Act

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Arise, Lord Cummings? Brexit mastermind claims Boris offered him peerage

Arise, Lord Cummings? Brexit mastermind claims Boris offered him peerage

DOMINIC CUMMINGS has claimed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson offered him a peerage when he was leaving Downing Street last year. Read more ...

Brexit panic as advisor warns 'there will be trade war' if EU does not budge...

Brexit panic as advisor warns 'there will be trade war' if EU does not budge on NI

THE EU-UK dispute in Northern Ireland might turn into a full-fledged trade war if the European bloc does not budge on its opening bid, a Government trade adviser has told... Read more ...

Merkel branded ‘Brexit heroine' as ‘arrogance' caused referendum win ‘Won't...

Merkel branded ‘Brexit heroine' as ‘arrogance' caused referendum win ‘Won't be lectured'

GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel was sarcastically thanked for being a "Brexit heroine" after an MP said she and Emmanuel Macron were key during the Brexit debate as some... Read more ...

Brexit LIVE: Raab signs Britain up to 10-nation trade club in major win...

Brexit LIVE: Raab signs Britain up to 10-nation trade club in major win after leaving EU

THE UK is being signed up to a 10-nation trade superclub in a major boost for Brexit Britain as the country becomes the first new partner of the Southeast Asian bloc with a... Read more ...

Why do so many people drop litter? Because they don't respect Scotland

AS one of the army of folk who have found joy in our wild waters this summer, I rolled up at 8am to be greeted with a misty morn and a scene that looked like an Athena poster... Read more ...

Double-jabbed make dash for summer sun after travel rules finally eased

Double-jabbed make dash for summer sun after travel rules finally eased

A LATE dash for summer sun is expected today after the decision to ease travel rules was finally made. Read more ...

Having my phone stolen was bad. But the bureaucracy that followed was almost...

On Saturday night I had an experience that has become all-too common among Londoners - and, indeed, other city dwellers. My phone got stolen. I had been walking home, looking... Read more ...

Matt Damon row: Homophobia, the F-slur and why Damon's critics are the real...

SOMETIMES the great mass of anonymous, faceless people out there, who seem to live at their sulphurous keyboards slashing and stabbing words online, remind me of Hieronymus... Read more ...

Andrea Leadsom: Flexible work will benefit both businesses and their employees

Andrea Leadsom MP is chair of the Early Years Healthy Development Review, which has just published a six-point action plan. When lockdown hit, furlough became the country's... Read more ...

Broken promise: Cash starved Scots child protection revolution 'a route map...

A MINISTERIAL pledge to revolutionise the care of children in Scotland is failing to match sentiment with sufficient investment and is setting a route map to failure, an... Read more ...