DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson warns that May’s Stormont election is a ‘battle for Northern Ireland’

DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson warns that May’s Stormont election is a ‘battle for Northern Ireland’ itself saying a Sinn Fein win will pave the way to an Irish reunification vote Apocalyptic claim made in Easter message to DUP colleagues by party leader  Sinn Fein has said that its election focus is on health and economic issues  … Read more

McDonald’s security guard slaps teenager’s face after he ‘threw a paper bag at him’ [Video]

Shocking moment McDonald’s security guard slaps teenager’s face after he ‘threw a paper bag at him’ McDonald’s security guard was filmed appearing to slap a teenage customer In footage he claims the boy had thrown a screwed up paper bag at him Fast food giant said man who works for external company had been suspended … Read more

UK weather: Met Office forecasts two days of unseasonably ‘mild’ 54F

Winter warmer: Met Office forecasts two days of unseasonably ‘mild’ 54F before cooler air sweeps in from Wednesday with rain and fog to follow Met Office says conditions will be ‘feeling mild for the time of year’ today with 54F (12C) highs expected Mild weather also expected tomorrow but accompanied by rain and mercury will drop … Read more

Woman gets her grandparents to unwittingly design her new tattoo [Video]

‘Draw a flower’: Woman gets her grandparents to unwittingly design her new tattoo and then surprises them with the result in adorable video Emily McNeill, 23, from Belfast, asked her grandparents to each draw a flower  She then went to a body art studio with the drawings and created a special tattoo The video has 10.6million … Read more

Fury as shadow minister Louise Haigh says Labour should be NEUTRAL in any Irish reunification vote

Fury as shadow minister Louise Haigh says a Labour government should be NEUTRAL and not campaign to keep Northern Ireland within the UK if there is a future border poll on Irish reunification Louise Haigh said that if her party was in Government it should remain ‘neutral’ Told GB News Britain ‘should not have any … Read more

Boris Johnson warns UK will do ‘whatever is necessary’ to protect its fleet amid row with France

Boris Johnson tonight demanded that Emmanuel Macron rein in his ministers stoking tensions over fishing rights – and warned that the UK ‘stands ready’ to respond if Paris escalates the situation. The PM fired a shot across Mr Macron’s bows ahead of a meeting between the pair on Sunday – despite insisting that the cross-Channel … Read more

Lord Frost rejects talk of compromise with the EU over Northern Ireland

Lord Frost rejects talk of compromise with the EU over Northern Ireland saying European Court of Justice MUST be removed from post-Brexit trade dispute role – and says Brussels’ offer to axe 80% of goods checks does not go far enough Told MPs Government would not accept a role for the European Court of Justice  … Read more

Boris Johnson ‘prepared to cave in to EU’ over role of European judges in Northern Ireland

Boris Johnson ‘prepared to cave in to EU’ over role of European judges in Northern Ireland: PM willing to water down demand for European court’s Brexit role to be axed to secure breakthrough on border rules PM has demanded end of arbitration role of the European Court of Justice   Has argued that one side’s internal … Read more

Brexit Minister Lord Frost will call for an end to the ‘sausage war’ with the EU

Brexit Minister Lord Frost will call for an end to the ‘sausage war’ with the EU by making a ‘significant change’ to the Northern Ireland Protocol this week Lord Frost to call for a ‘significant change’ to the Northern Ireland Protocol The protocol keeps the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic open Commission to effectively overturn … Read more

Sinn Fein demands Ireland snubs the Queen over ceremony marking 100 years of Northern Ireland

Furious Irish nationalists Sinn Fein have demanded Dublin snubs an event to mark 100 years of Northern Ireland that is due to be attended by the Queen.  The republic is planning to send its foreign minister Simon Coveney to the service in Armagh later this month, which will also be attended by unionists and moderate … Read more