REQUIEM FOR RECONCILIATION – By Terry Wright

    Given the range of preferences within the electorate and the House of Commons, the numerical weakness of the government and the priorities in Brussels, agreeing a deal between the EU and the UK following the outcome of the referendum was always going to be difficult. The situation did not need the constitutional clutter…

Best choice – No Deal – By David McNarry

  Left with no other viable choice the best choice is ‘no deal’ after two and a half years of the Prime Minister’s indefensible prevarication proving her to be a lamentable negotiator. The Nation and Parliament must bite the bullet and get out now of the E.U. quagmire. Three historical humiliating defeats in the Commons…

EXCLUSIVE – “The government should have stepped in to institute Direct Rule,” Peter Robinson speaking ahead of the start of the DUP’s annual conference – By Eamonn Mallie and Brian Rowan 

  We witnessed a different Peter Robinson on Thursday at the Methodist Centre at Knock in Belfast – the weight of political office lifted from his shoulders. Robinson – the former First Minister and DUP leader – was the latest guest speaker in a series of talks – ‘The World Around Us’. The question posed…