Ruth Dudley Edwards

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For instance, how exactly did we get into the disaster zone under Prime Minister Theresa May that landed us into the mess were in at the moment with the...

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As his friend the UUPs Lord (Ken) Maginnis said of him, Austin was the fairest-minded man that I ever knew and ever worked with... He had an eye to the...

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It caused among many other emotions sadness, despair and occasionally laughter, during a tour of killing sites and memorials in south Armagh and at the...

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This is because they are scrutinising the role of the Scottish and Welsh governments, OfCom, the media regulator, and the BBC, their own employer, in the new...

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Breandn MacCionnaith, now secretary of something called the Garvaghy Road Mayfair Business Centre, in a photograph of five enterprise partners promoting...

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It was distressing but at the same time encouraging to hear the warm tributes from constituents, colleagues and political opponents alike to a man without...

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If you were a stranger to Northern Ireland politics, what would you make of the Democratic Unionist Party, the Progressive Unionist Party, the Traditional...

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Michael Gannon, an executive in the IT sector with a deep interest in history, wrote to a few friends: The more I think about it I realise how far he has...

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She died on September 13, since when he has handled several tricky subjects in Parliament, has organised a reshuffle, held a press conference, and on Sunday...

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From the beginning of the pandemic, we were told of carnage in care homes, of a shortage of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) that put staff and residents...
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