Tuesday March 31, 2020

Governments' worst fears to be confirmed

The British and Irish governments are likely to be reminded next Friday of the comment on popular elections by US Congressman Morris Udall: “The voters have spoken, the bastards".

30th April, 2005

The British and Irish governments are likely to be reminded next Friday of the comment on popular elections by US Congressman Morris Udall: “The voters have spoken, the bastards".

With victories widely predicted for both Sinn Féin and Ian Paisley's DUP in Thursday's general election, the North's current political stalemate is likely to remain over the coming unionist marching season and well into the autumn.

Both parties will almost certainly increase their...

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