"The team at the City hospital is world class. This means the world to me, I feel so, so lucky." … [Read more...] about Record number of kidney transplants in Northern Ireland
Gerrymandering in northern ireland
The mapping exercise does not detail the contingencies for police or for the supply of energy, for example. At one point the government considered putting a flotilla of barges in the Irish Sea to deliver energy to Northern Ireland if it were to become cut off from the all-island energy grid. … [Read more...] about Northern Ireland Brexit impact ‘mapping exercise’ finally released
NEW LOCKDOWN RULES FOR ENGLAND FROM MONDAY Max social gatherings SIX PEOPLEApplies indoors and outdoorsApplies in private homesApplies in pubs and restaurantsDoes NOT apply to schools or workplacesDoes NOT apply to weddings, funerals, team sportDoes NOT apply if household bubbles are bigger than six peoplePolice will be encouraged to break up larger groups and issue £100 fines, which will then double on each repeat offence up to £3,200 … [Read more...] about England announces 12 more coronavirus deaths in hospitals in early count as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland all record zero
A government source last night added: 'It is a question of where decisions are made. We had a vote in this country to take back control and we are not going back on that.' The Prime Minister today stresses he is seeking a simple free trade deal along the lines of the one negotiated between the EU and Canada. … [Read more...] about ‘I will NOT back down’: Boris Johnson defies EU fury at threat to ‘tear up’ Brexit divorce terms on Northern Ireland after Michel Barnier warns it would mean NO trade deal – but PM says that would still be a ‘good outcome’ for the UK
The protocol also says the joint committee is supposed to determine which goods moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland are "at risk" of being exported to the EU and should therefore have tariffs - taxes on imports - imposed on them. … [Read more...] about Brexit: What changes is the government planning for the Northern Ireland deal?