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Tweets reveal customers face half-hour wait to speak to bank

An analysis of social media postings by infuriated customers trying to contact their bank has estimated the average phone wait time is now more than half an hour.

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DUP under pressure to say who bankrolled its pro-Brexit campaign

Pressure is mounting on the Democratic Unionist Party to reveal who bankrolled its expensive UK-wide pro-Brexit campaign.

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Sir Tony McCoy statue to be unveiled at Cheltenham Festival

A statue of record-breaking jockey Sir Tony McCoy will be unveiled on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival.

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Two charged with firearms offences

Two men have been charged with firearms offences in Northern Ireland.

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Gerry Adams: Hard border inevitable unless NI given special status post-Brexit

A hard border dividing Ireland is inevitable unless a special EU status is secured for Northern Ireland, Gerry Adams has said.

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Prospects of university applications 'depend heavily on where students live'

Teenagers in some parts of the UK are around four times as likely as their peers to apply to go to university, figures show.

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Dissident republicans sought over two shootings in Belfast

Police in Northern Ireland believe violent dissident republicans are responsible for two shootings within the space of 24 hours in Belfast.

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Anti-Brexit campaigners disrupt traffic in warning against hard border

Anti-Brexit campaigners have brought traffic to a crawl on the main road between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

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A quarter of abattoirs 'failing on basic hygiene precautions'

More than a quarter of abattoirs fail to take basic hygiene precautions to prevent contaminated meat reaching butchers and supermarkets, it has been reported.

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Foster and O'Neill clash in head-to-head debate

Arlene Foster and Michelle O'Neill have publicly clashed over Sinn Fein's refusal to support the Democratic Unionist Party leader in an executive office after the Stormont election.

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Sinn Fein leader attends ceremony for IRA men shot dead by SAS

Sinn Fein's new leader in Northern Ireland has marked the deaths of four IRA men shot dead by the SAS in 1992.

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Syria terror case: Eamon Bradley not guilty of possessing grenades

Syrian terrorism accused Eamon Bradley has been found not guilty of possessing grenades with the intent to endanger life.

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Seeking special EU status post-Brexit 'makes sense for Republic rather than NI'

The Irish Republic not Northern Ireland should be seeking special EU status post-Brexit, the leader of the TUV has said.

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Children's commissioners express 'deep concern' over child refugees decision

The UK's four children's commissioners have written to the Government to tell of their "deep concern" at the decision to end a scheme to bring lone child refugees to Britain.

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Green Party leader optimistic about East Belfast candidate's election chances

The Green Party is targeting East Belfast in a bid to secure a potential third seat in the March election.

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Children's commissioners express 'deep concern' over child refugees decision

The UK's four children's commissioners have written to the Government to tell of their "deep concern" at the decision to end a scheme to bring lone child refugees to Britain.

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Enda Kenny confident 'divisive border' will not be reimposed after Brexit

Enda Kenny is confident the European Union will not allow "one of the most divisive borders in the world" to be reimposed on the island of Ireland after Brexit.

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Jury out in Syria terrorism trial

A jury in a Syrian terrorism trial in Northern Ireland has retired to consider its verdicts.

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Block grant at 'enormous, enormous' risk from Brexit, Mike Nesbitt warns

The outworking of the Brexit vote has put the level of Northern Ireland's block grant from Westminster at enormous risk, Mike Nesbitt has warned.

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Royal plea to help raise ship sunk in Strangford Lough

The owner of a Tall Ship which sank in Northern Ireland has appealed to the Queen of Denmark for help to raise it.

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