Monthly Archives: October 2017

SpookyStormont

A Wry Eye – It’s spooky up in Stormont…

Hallowe’en is nearly upon us. Suitably, here in NI, we find ourselves beset by a plague of zombies. Shambling through the corridors of Stormont, groaning incoherently on the Nolan...

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How to treat an Anthem

The Seanad Eireann Public Consultations Committee are currently consulting on the status, treatment and use of the Irish National Anthem.  The music and Lyrics of ‘Amhrán na bhfiann” (A...

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Westminster Committee to investigate impact of Bombardier Tariffs

The Westminster NI Affairs Committee have launched an inquiry into Bombardier, and the future of aerospace manufacturing in Northern Ireland. This move comes in reaction to plans by the ...

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Brexit News – Recriminations, and proposed amendments.

The Brexit negotiations continue  to simmer, and even start to Bubble. Yesterday we had recriminations following weekend news reports as well as and update of tabled amendments to the...

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Robin Swann

A New Unionism – or just a new slogan?

Account Manager Jack Gibson reflects on Ulster Unionist Party Leader Robin Swann’s performance at his party conference, which took place in Armagh this weekend. Reg Empey spoke the truth...

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Halifax Foundation Northern Ireland Stormont Reception 2017

On Tuesday this week the Chambré team were delighted to support the Halifax Foundation Northern Ireland in organising their 2017 Stormont Reception.  This annual event celebrates the  contribution of...

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Scissors

A Wry Eye – Cut out the bad craic…

WE’RE a wee country renowned for its hospitality and craic – a place where banter is the standard operating system in almost every setting. Except for one setting: politics....

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