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Birmingham pub bombings: Scope of inquests 'could be widened'

The scope of inquests into the deaths of 21 people in the Birmingham pub bombings could be widened after permission was granted for a judicial review, according to a law firm.

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Many pregnancies shorter than powersharing crisis, says frustrated Taoiseach

The Taoiseach has expressed frustration at the length of time the powersharing crisis has lasted in Northern Ireland, pointing out that many pregnancies are shorter.

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Charles offers to help flood-hit families during visit to Northern Ireland

The Prince of Wales has offered to help ensure families and business owners in Northern Ireland hit by the summer's flash floods do not get penalised by insurance companies.

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Britain braced for treacherous conditions as Storm Brian approaches

Communities across the UK are battening down the hatches with sandbags and barricades in preparation for the arrival of Storm Brian.

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Loyalist supergrass sentencing adjourned amid defence concerns

The sentencing of a loyalist paramilitary-turned-supergrass has been postponed amid concerns from his defence team over a prosecution report.

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Britain braced for more weather misery as Brian moves in

The UK is braced for a night of heavy rain and winds before Storm Brian batters the country this weekend.

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Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill fined and banned for drink-driving

Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill has been banned from the road and fined after pleading guilty to drink-driving.

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Brother of soldier killed in Hyde Park bombing ready to 'beg' for justice

The brother of a newly-wed soldier killed in the IRA's Hyde Park bombing has said he is prepared to get down on his knees to beg the Government for help funding a legal action against a suspect.

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Hospital to set up food-free waiting room after allergy discrimination case

A hospital has agreed to set up a specialist waiting room with a strict food ban after the family of two children with life-threatening allergies took a discrimination case.

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I'm confident of positive outcome, says PSNI chief facing misconduct probe

Northern Ireland's police chief has insisted that a probe into alleged misconduct in public office will not find any wrongdoing.

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Former Assembly member Caitriona Ruane quits Stormont deputy speaker role

A Sinn Fein politician who continued to be paid as a Stormont speaker amid the powersharing crisis, despite not returning as an Assembly member, has quit.

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Public urged to look out for victims of human trafficking

People are being kept as human slaves on a daily basis across Northern Ireland but opportunities to save them are missed as the public turns a blind eye to warning signs, authorities said.

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Britain braced for another battering in the wake of Ophelia

Strong winds and big waves will batter Britain's coast just days after Storm Ophelia wreaked destruction.

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Stormont politicians 'can't keep getting paid while not sharing power'

Northern Ireland's politicians accept they cannot keep being paid while not sharing power, Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has said.

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Most insurance policies valid for Ophelia damage, says Varadkar

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said the vast majority of insurance policies are valid for damage from Storm Ophelia.

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Airbus-Bombardier deal 'a positive step forward' amid US exports tariff row

Airbus has acquired a majority stake in Bombardier's C Series aircraft programme, the companies have announced.

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Four arrests after police searches target UDA in West Belfast

Four people have been arrested as part of a police operation against suspected loyalist paramilitary activity.

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May would have won majority under new constituency boundary plans, experts say

Theresa May would have won a Conservative majority in the House of Commons if June's snap general election had taken place under proposed new constituency boundaries, experts have estimated.

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Executive must be restored 'for Northern Ireland's voice to be heard on Brexit'

Northern Ireland needs to re-establish its Executive so it can have a voice in Brexit talks, a Government minister has told British and Irish politicians.

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Police investigate whether dog attack caused death of boy, 10

Detectives are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a child who may have been attacked by the family dog.

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