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Some religious leaders see Queen Elizabeth II's state visit to Ireland this week as a sign of reconciliation following centuries of sectarian hatred and violence.
Plaid Cymru will today try to stop the Bill introducing Post Office privatisation. They aim to to prevent the government's "spiralling privatisation agenda".
Northern Ireland victims of institutional child abuse will gather in Belfast on 7 October at a conference organised by Amnesty International to press for an independent inquiry.
Sexual abuse survivors in Northern Ireland have welcomed plans by Amnesty International to hold a conference in Belfast that will press for an independent inquiry.
Amnesty International has welcomed the police action leading to the rescue of a number of suspected victims of trafficking, after raids on Belfast brothels.
Welsh politicians have called for the people of Catalonia to be allowed to determine their own future after a Spanish court over-ruled decisions on autonomy.
Catholic Bishops in Ireland are among a whole range of church and community leaders on both sides of the border who have welcomed the outcome of the Savile Enquiry on 'Bloody Sunday'.
Belfast Crown Court has acquitted nine campaigners who were charged with “intent to cause criminal damage” after protesting against Raytheon, one of the world's largest arms firms.
The Alliance Party of Northern Ireland has taken commentators by surprise by unseating the Northern Irish First Minister in his unionist heartland.
The Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) in Northern Ireland has rejected the offer of a nationalist electoral pact with Sinn Fein, , describing the idea as “sectarian”.
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