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Wednesday, 4 March, 2015
The decision of one of the new super councils to ban the sale of poppies on council premises is “antagonistic and wrong”, according to the Conservatives’ East Belfast Westminster candidate, Neil Wilson.  Neil said that a number of the eleven new councils, set to take over from the old twenty six council model at the start of April, had already made divisive decisions, which “raise questions over their likely impact on community relations and threaten to Balkanise Northern Ireland”.

Local News

Thursday, 26 February, 2015
A jobs announcement by the IT company, Kainos, demonstrates the importance of “delivering first class coding and IT skills in Northern Ireland”,...
Wednesday, 25 February, 2015
“Irresponsible strike action” in health and education, planned by leaders of the union Unison, could not take place if proposals made by the...
Tuesday, 24 February, 2015
There was great news for the Northern Ireland economy, earlier this year, when the Secretary of State, Theresa Villiers, published legislation to...

National News

New figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the independent think tank, show that average household incomes are back to pre-recession levels...
Britain’s security could be put at risk by Labour. 75% of Labour candidates at the election are against renewing Trident – our country’s last line of...
A home is about more than bricks and mortar; it’s about the sense of security for you and your family. That's why we're building a Britain where...

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