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Recent articles by Jonathan:

Muckamore Abbey Hospital: Staff delivering their best despite challenges, says union

Staff at a scandal-hit Northern Ireland hospital are doing their very best despite the challenging circumstances, a trade union has said. → Read More

Report Wrightbus in last ditch talks to prevent collapse

Reports have emerged bus maker Wrightbus is one week away from collapse. → Read More

Report DUP moves on Brexit red lines 'nonsense,' says DUP's Foster

DUP leader Arlene Foster has dismissed as "nonsense" a report her party moved on its Brexit red lines in order to help the prime minister get his much sought-after deal with the EU, it → Read More

DUP won't be thrown under bus... they are our sister party, says Conservative MP

A Conservative MP has said the DUP "won't be thrown under the bus" in Prime Minister Boris Johnson's pursuit of getting a Brexit deal with the EU. → Read More

Yellowhammer: What Government no-deal Brexit assessment says about Northern Ireland

The Government has published its "reasonable worst-case" planning assumptions for a no-deal Brexit. → Read More

Expect speculation, says DUP over claim Irish Sea border proposal raised during PM meeting

The Prime Minister raised the possibility of an Irish Sea border with the DUP during their meeting on Tuesday as a potential way for him to get a Brexit deal with the EU. → Read More

Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirms backstop rejection in meeting with DUP

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reiterated his rejection of a Northern Ireland-only backstop and determination to get a deal with the EU in a meeting with the DUP. → Read More

Watch: MPs hold protest during prorogation ceremony ahead of parliament shutdown

A group of MPs held a brief protest during the prorogation ceremony in the Houses of Parliament. → Read More

MP calls for Prime Minister to explain abuse victim 'disrespect' as debate shelved

A Northern Ireland MP has demanded Prime Minister Boris Johnson meets with those survivors of institutional and historical abuse and explain why a debate concerning them was shelved in → Read More

Video: Police probe Belfast parade brawl

Police are investigating the circumstances around a brawl which erupted during a Belfast city centre parade. → Read More

Video: Brawl breaks out during parade through Belfast city centre

A brawl broke out as a returning parade from the 'Last Saturday' demonstrations made its way through Belfast city centre. → Read More

Video: Up to 40 involved in Belfast city centre brawl during parade

A brawl broke out as a returning parade from the 'Last Saturday' demonstrations made its way through Belfast city centre. → Read More

Center Parcs: Taking the break to Longford Forest resort

If you haven't already heard, Center Parcs has arrived in Ireland - and with it promises "epic family time". → Read More

Son of murdered prison officer 'sickened' to see dad's name on Newry bonfire

The son of murdered prison officer David Black said he was sickened to see his father's name on a republican bonfire in Newry. → Read More

Police apology for New Lodge bonfire removal failure - women and children used as shields in violence, residents told to evacuate homes

Police have apologised for failing to facilitate the removal of the New Lodge bonfire. → Read More

Northern Ireland Pride event to go ahead as police called in over 'governance issues'

An International UK and Ireland Pride event in Newry is to go ahead despite a council pulling funding, organisers have said. → Read More

One of the good guys: Tributes to Cliftonville legend Tommy Breslin after sudden death

Cliftonville Football Club has said it is devastated at the passing of former manager Tommy Breslin. → Read More

Foster insists law change on abortions can be halted

DUP leader Arlene Foster said the liberalisation of the abortion laws in Northern Ireland can not be assumed to be a done deal. → Read More

Nora Quoirin family 'traumatised but hopeful' of missing teen's return

The family of Nora Quoirin have spoken of their trauma but how they remain "hopeful" of the teenager's safe return. → Read More

Westminster's Northern Ireland abortion amendment 'most insidious' of bill changes

DUP leader Arlene Foster said Westminster's bid to liberalise Northern Ireland abortion laws was the "most insidious" of all the changes imposed on the Northern Ireland bill progressing → Read More