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'We need closure, I can't live with not knowing' - woman who lost both parents in Stardust fire tragedy calls for fresh inquest Lisa Lawlor pictured with her son, Lennon. Lisa lost her parents, Francis and Maureen Lawlor in the...
Profits jump at leading North poultry firm Michael Neill, partner at Top 100 sponsor A&L Goodbody, Chris Kirke, president of Moy Park and Ulster Business editor John Mulgrew at the announcement. Photo: Elaine Hill Photography Northern Ireland's biggest companies have seen...
Tale of two cities as London's new poor queue for free food People queue for food handouts from a soup kitchen run by charity Friends of Essex & London Homeless in central London. Photo: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg In the heart of London's...
Theresa May adds to pressure on Boris Johnson to apologise for burka comments Theresa May said she believes women should be able to choose how they dress (Matt Dunham/PA) The Prime Minister has added her voice to calls for Boris Johnson...
Melania: rogue agent or tactical genius? After she contradicted the US President's comments on basketball star LeBron James, Eleanor Steafel asks, is Mrs Trump trolling her husband? Rude awakening: Was the purpose of Melania’s statement meant to soften Trump’s tweet about LeBron...
Confidence in May takes a nosedive as fears over Border policing increase British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves after a church service near to her Maidenhead constituency on Sunday. Photo: PA Confidence in British Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of Brexit...
Profits jump 80pc at North's biggest firms Michael Neill, partner at Top 100 sponsor A&L Goodbody, Chris Kirke, president of Moy Park and Ulster Business editor John Mulgrew at the announcement. Photo: Elaine Hill Photography Northern Ireland's biggest companies have seen...
Trump is holding a knife to us, says Rouhani as Iran sanctions imposed Mr Rouhani makes a TV address to the Iranian people, Photo: AP Iranian President Hassan Rouhani yesterday accused the US of waging "psychological warfare" with a wave of...
Standard Life Aberdeen accelerates plans to return £1.75bn to shareholders Stock picture Fund giant Standard Life Aberdeen has brought forward plans to return £1.75bn to shareholders, saying the first tranche of its share buyback programme would commence "in the next few...
Marie Curie named most significant woman in history in poll The scientist topped a poll of 100 women who changed the world. Marie Curie has been named the most significant woman in history (Roger-Viollet/REX/Shutterstock) Marie Curie has been voted the woman who...

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