Amidst a highly charged by-election campaign in Mid Ulster, the first minister has warned that Unionists in Northern Ireland are losing confidence in the police force.
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As the political circus continues to analyse to death the results of the Eastleigh by-election, in Northern Ireland the unionist unity candidate for next week’s Mid-Ulster by-election is being accused of running scared.
A senior member of the DUP has called Sinn Fein’s bluff by suggesting a poll on Northern Ireland’s constitutional future could be the best thing for the union.
The SNP, DUP and Plaid Cymru could all be ‘bought off’ by an increasingly desperate David Cameron in his attempt to force through boundary changes.
The Democratic Unionist Party, Northern Ireland’s biggest party, sent a representative to an LGBT event for the first time last week.
A clear majority in Northern Ireland reject the idea of reunification, yet want British and Irish parties to stand for election in the province.
Ed Jacobs reports on Mike Nesbitt’s election at the weekend as leader of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP).
Ed Jacobs looks at what can be done to solve Northern Ireland’s footballing exodus – if it’s even a problem
Political leaders in Northern Ireland call for prayer for Ian Paisley, the propsoects for Scottish independence don’t look so great, and Welsh Labour defends the NHS in the principality.