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Politicians from across Northern Ireland's political divide have rallied behind a DUP Assembly member who has spoken out about sustained social media abuse over her appearance. Carla Lockhart said while she had grown immune to the constant slurs she had decided to go public after a particularly intense spate of…
Rugby star Paddy Jackson has said he is ashamed the woman who accused him of rape left his home distressed and has apologised for betraying the values of his family. Jackson, 26, and his Ireland and Ulster teammate Stuart Olding, 25, were unanimously acquitted in Belfast Crown Court last week…
A legal challenge to overturn reporting restrictions on the rape trial of two Ireland rugby internationals will go before a judge next week. Northern Ireland's Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan, has said legal arguments should be put before trial Judge Patricia Smyth on April 9. Sir Declan, who was…
Islamic representatives in Northern Ireland have welcomed Ian Paisley's apology for retweeting a controversial remark on Ramadan by right-wing commentator Katie Hopkins. Members of the Belfast Islamic Centre said they have contacted the North Antrim MP to seek clarity on his position on Ms Hopkins' comment. They also welcomed a…
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