Sinn Féin rejects Arlene Foster's Irish language proposal - thejournal.ie

Michelle O'Neill said the DUP has not acknowledged the reasons for Martin McGuinness' resignation. By Órla Ryan Thursday 31 Aug 2017, 10:34 PM. 4 minutes ago 106 Views 3 Comments. http://jrnl.ie/3575530. Share Tweet Email. DUP leader Arlene Foster ...

Evening top 5: DUP plan to restore Assembly rejected; Taoiseach insists PSC is not a national ID; No decisive ... - Newstalk 106-108 fm

The DUP leader has called for devolved government to be restored in the North while negotiations on outstanding areas of disagreement continue. Arlene Foster said that if the Stormont Assembly is restored she will bring forward proposals to address ...

'Irish language not a threat to Union' - Arlene Foster calls for now cultural deals and laws - Independent.ie

Arlene Foster has called for a new cultural deal and laws supporting the Irish language and Ulster Scots as part of the immediate restoration of Northern Ireland powersharing. The largest party in nationalism, Sinn Fein, has insisted it will only ...

Jim Allister: Now, pitifully, the leader of unionism is begging SF for return of Stormont - Belfast Newsletter

Arlene Foster's speech tonight (see link below) demonstrated, again, a lamentable failure to face the irrepressible reality that this Stormont is doomed to failure because the partner she depends on for power, Sinn Fein, has no interest in making ...

Foster indicates she will address language issues - RTE.ie

The DUP leader has proposed restoring Northern Ireland's Assembly and says in return she would bring forward proposals to address cultural issues, including the Irish language, in an agreed time frame. Arlene Foster said she accepts that if those ...

Arlene Foster tells DUP “We have nothing to fear from the Irish language" as she offers language legislation - Belfast Live

Arlene Foster has offered to introduce legislation to “address culture and language issues” telling DUP supporters tonight: “We have nothing to fear from the Irish language nor is it any threat to the Union.” In a speech to the DUP Executive in South ...

Stormont talks: Foster sets out proposal for NI Assembly return - BBC News

Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster has proposed an immediate restoration of devolved government in Northern Ireland along with a parallel, time-limited process to deal with issues around culture and language. Mrs Foster described it ...

Northern Ireland's DUP warns of 'speedy' return to rule by London - Reuters UK

BELFAST (Reuters) - Irish nationalists Sinn Fein must reach out and compromise if Northern Ireland is to avoid a “speedy” return to direct rule from London, the head of the Democratic Unionist Party said on Thursday. Irish nationalists Sinn Fein and ...

Sinn Fein biggest spenders as all Northern Ireland parties' expenditure exceeds income - Belfast Telegraph

Accounts for each of Northern Ireland's main political parties reveal they spent more than their income in the last year. Sinn Fein were the biggest party financially with an income of £1.18million and an expenditure of almost £1.25m for 2016. DUP had ...

What is the Democratic Unionist Party? - I Agree to See

The shocking results of the 2017 United Kingdom elections made the Democratic Unionist Party the potential linchpin of the next government. With the ruling Conservatives failing to retain an outright majority of seats in Parliament, they are planning ...