Monthly Archives: January 2017

A Wry Eye – Things heating up in election race

IT’S too easy to make jokes about the forthcoming Northern Ireland Assembly election, with constituency contests heating up (or should we say, boiling over). Yes, the RHI scandal has...

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Change

A Wry Eye – Resigned to change

THE more things change the more they stay the same, or so they say. Here in Northern Ireland we have always adhered to that adage, but for once in...

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Wendy Austin

My Eye – Investment in skills: an antidote to business uncertainty?

Account Executive Jack Gibson reflects on Wendy Austin’s Economic Outlook for 2017.   Wendy Austin’s Inside Business podcast is always worth a listen. This week, however, it was especially...

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Headless chicken

A Wry Eye – Headless chickens still flap on

BY the time you are reading this, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland could have pulled the trigger and called a new Assembly election. From scandal to crisis...

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Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness resignation: what happens now?

Introduction On 9 January 2017, Martin McGuinness MLA resigned as deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland. He said there were a number of reasons behind his decision – not...

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Love glasses

A Wry Eye – Time for a political media blackout?

THERE is nothing more satisfying for a politician than scheming and politicking to gain advantage. With the current Renewable Heat Incentive controversy dominating the agenda in Northern Ireland, there...

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Jenga

A Wry Eye – Welcome to Instability

AS we open our eyes, blinking into the new dawn that is 2017, the shine of the next trip around the sun is somewhat tarnished by the sure fact...

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