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Tory legacy move ‘completely unacceptable’ says Kelly

Sinn Féin’s Gerry Kelly has told Daily Belfast a move by British Prime Minister Theresa May to insert a new clause on legacy issues to discussions is “completely unacceptable”. Yesterday Gerry Adams emerged from talks saying that at attempt had been made to alter the 2014 Stormont House Agreement with a new clause protecting British […]

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Pols back feud victims’ plea

Three senior politicians have backed an appeal by families of two men murdered in Belfast five years ago for

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Kelly says Crumlin template must be applied to Ardoyne

North Belfast MLA Gerry Kelly says the Orange Order must sit down with Ardoyne residents and talk

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‘Bad decison making’ by Parades body is slammed by MLA

North Belfast Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly said the Parades Commission’s decision on tomorrow (Thursday’s) Twelfth parade

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Site ‘was never going to solve North issues’

Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly said the Girdwood development was “never going to solve the inequalities” in North Belfast housing, but it will open the gateway for other housing sites in the area. The Stormont MLA was peaking after criticism that the Girdwood site has been the victim of a DUP and Sinn Féin

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MLA prepares for PIPS feat of flames

Over one hundred brave firewalkers, including a local MLA, are psyching themselves up as they prepare to walk barefoot on hot coals to raise vital funds for a local suicide awareness charity this week.

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