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Boring war or Phoney war

WITH acres of forests being felled to cover pretty much nothing in our local newspapers, the silly season in politics and news in general is with us. The visit...

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Clock

A Wry Eye – Not another deadline…

Ahh, c’mon! Another deadline! There is not, as far as we know, a collective noun for a number of deadlines, but come the next edition of the Oxford English...

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Dreamcatcher

A Wry Eye – Political Dreams

BY this time next week we should know something. What that ‘something’ actually is will be the subject of frenetic fumbling around negotiating tables, late night discussions and media...

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Polling station

My Eye – Hurry up and have the election already!

Yesterday, we had the second of our two General Election NI Leaders’ debates. I’ve already made my views on these debates pretty clear in yesterday’s article. There are too...

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Cute goats

My Eye – NI leaders lock horns…

The UTV debate last night left a number of people feeling a little queasy. And I’m not just talking about Naomi Long. The Alliance leader had to call for...

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Cards

My Eye – Tories still hold all the aces…

Yesterday, the Ulster Unionist Party joined its rivals the DUP in announcing that it would not support a Labour Government under Jeremy Corbyn. For Corbyn, and the Labour Party, this...

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pause

My Eye – A moment’s pause

Senior Account Executive Jack Gibson gives his thoughts, as the General Election campaign resumes. After being paused for two days in the wake of the horrific attack in Manchester...

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Jeremy Corbyn

My Eye – A depressing thought…

With Northern Ireland making the news during the UK General Election campaign, Senior Account Executive Jack Gibson gives his (somewhat downbeat!) thoughts on what this means for Northern Ireland....

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Westminster

My Eye – The DUP’s Approach to the Westminster Parties

An interesting aspect of any Westminster election from a Northern Ireland perspective is the relationship between the UK parties and the DUP. It’s an important relationship for the simple...

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Castle

My Eye – King of the Castle in South Antrim

Senior Account Executive Jack Gibson gives an overview of the upcoming electoral contest in South Antrim. One of the surprise results of the 2015 General Election was the defeat...

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