Lord Frost hits back in fishing row with France 

– How did Brexit spark the fishing feud? When the UK left the EU, it also left the common fisheries policy, which since 1970 has allowed the bloc’s members access to all European waters outside the first 12 nautical miles of each country’s coastline. The Brexit deal outlined how EU boats could continue to fish … 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

PM Boris Johnson’s question to seven-year-old nature lovers during visit to their primary school

A bug hotel… does it have a minibar? PM Boris Johnson’s question to seven-year-old nature lovers during visit to their primary school Boris Johnson visited Crumlin Integrated Primary School, in Northern Ireland He helped year 3 pupils build a bug hotel and planted a cherry tree with students While building the hotel, he asked seven-year-old … Read more

Several ‘injured’ after fairground ride collapses in Northern Ireland

Several ‘injured’ after fairground ride collapses in Northern Ireland Emergency services are said to have attended Carrickfergus Harbour in Belfast Harbour in Northern Ireland is hosting Planet Fun until middle of next month Multiple injuries but none are thought to be serious, according to local reports  Planet Fun said that it will be ‘closed tonight … Read more

UK will unveil plans TODAY to override Northern Ireland Brexit terms

M&S warned today that it is already slashing Christmas ranges for Northern Ireland due to ‘pettifogging’ enforcement of Brexit rules – as the UK unveils plans to override the protocol unless Brussels sees sense. The head of the famous chain gave an extraordinary account of the obstacles facing exporter as Lord Frost prepares to lay … Read more

Plan to ban prosecutions on Troubles is rejected by all five main Northern Ireland parties 

Plan to ban prosecutions on Troubles is rejected by all five main Northern Ireland parties By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 01:06 BST, 17 July 2021 | Updated: 01:19 BST, 17 July 2021 Proposals to ban Troubles prosecutions were yesterday rejected by all five of Northern Ireland’s main parties. Leaders from across the province’s political divide condemned … Read more

Tech: Experts reveal the UK’s worst areas for data wastage – with Northern Ireland topping the list

How does YOUR region compare? Experts reveal the UK’s worst areas for data wastage — with Northern Ireland topping the list, where 84 per cent of people are not using their full amount each month EXCLUSIVE: Mobile SIM provider Lebara polled 2,000 UK-based mobile phone owners about their data usage They found 71 per cent … Read more

Thunderstorms and hail set to lash the country this week as Met Office issues yellow warnings

Britons are set to brace themselves for yet more rain tonight and into this week – although the outlook will be brighter for England’s crunch Euro 2020 semi-final match at Wembley on Wednesday evening. A Met Office yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for northern England, Northern Ireland and Scotland is in place until midnight tonight … Read more

Boris Johnson makes light of UK-EU ‘sausage war’ row

Boris Johnson jokes to Angela Merkel the ‘wurst is behind us’ over post-Brexit UK-EU ‘sausage war’ as PM says the two sides must ‘sort out’ problems with the Northern Ireland Protocol Boris Johnson today joked the ‘wurst is behind us’ over EU-UK ‘sausage war’  Mr Johnson said UK and EU must ‘sort out’ issues with … Read more