Nearly a year since she became the first female First Minister of Northern Ireland, Arlene Foster is exactly where she wants to be.
Last May, she led the DUP to a 38-seat haul in the Assembly elections, maintaining its position as the largest party in the North. The SDLP and UUP have been jettisoned from power-sharing, with just Sinn Féin to contend with, along with an independent justice minister.
Then, last June, Foster’s...
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