Martin McGuinness was remembered in a Month's Mind Mass in his home city last night in what was described by Fr Michael Canny as a "homely" opportunity to reflect on his life and offer support to his.. Belfast Telegraph
World leaders gathered for the funeral of Martin McGuinness at the City Cemetery in Derry, Northern Ireland, on Thursday, March 23. Drone footage shows the crowd arriving at Long Tower Church, where.. Source: Rumble -
LONDON — In life, former Irish Republican Army commander Martin McGuinness was a killer who turned peacemaker — one of the world's most intriguing political figures. In death, he was equally.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
World leaders gathered for the funeral of Martin McGuinness at the City Cemetery in Derry, Northern Ireland, on Thursday, March 23. Drone footage shows the crowd arriving at Long Tower Church, where.. Source: StoryfulViral -
Northern Irish politicians have been given until Easter to end the crisis enveloping the country's devolved authority.
The Stormont assembly collapsed after the late Martin McGuinness resigned as.. City A.M.
PUP and UVF boss Winkie Irvine has been branded two-faced over his criticism of a senior PUP member who was forced to quit the party after sending sympathy to Martin McGuinness’s ‘comrades’. Belfast Telegraph
Talks aimed at forming a new power-sharing executive at Stormont will continue, secretary of state for Northern Ireland James Brokenshire, MP, told the House of Commons today.
"We do not want to see.. City A.M.
The deadline for Northern Ireland to form a new government has passed - with no deal reached.
Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire is expected to issue a statement on the next move for the.. City A.M.
The deadline for Northern Ireland politicians to form a new power-sharing executive is today, and seems likely to pass with no decision made.
Northern Ireland's executive must be run jointly by.. City A.M.
Let's pray that the canonisation of Martin McGuinness promotes good politics in Northern Ireland. Because it has delivered a deadly blow to democratic politics in the Republic of Ireland. Belfast Telegraph
I first met Martin McGuinness in 1996. I lived in London and had come late to political journalism, having written my first article in 1994 because I was horrified at the mostly wimpish coverage of the.. Belfast Telegraph