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Northern Ireland Secretary of State James Brokenshire (News, January 29) claims investigations into killings during the Troubles are "disproportionately focusing on members of the... [Read More]
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James Brokenshire has rowed back on criticism of the Northern Irish lord chief justice and director of public prosecutions after claiming that former members of... [Read More]
Granting Northern Ireland a special status within the EU after Brexit would be the wrong approach to UK unity, Britain's Secretary of State for Northern... [Read More]
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Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has offered "very clear and unequivocal" support to the country's Lord Chief Justice and director of public prosecutions, days aft... [Read More]
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Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has said special status for Northern Ireland after Brexit would be the wrong approach, amid fears such a deal could... [Read More]
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The Conservative Secretary of State James Brokenshire will need to do more than attend a Dr McKenna Cup GAA football final in Newry if he... [Read More]
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Secretary of State James Brokenshire will go to an Ulster Rugby and Irish League game in the near future after attending his first GAA match... [Read More]
James Brokenshire attended GAA game but did not take seat until after Amhrán na bhFiann... [Read More]
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The Secretary of State James Brokenshire has been accused of pettiness after he attended a GAA game at the weekend, but was absent during the... [Read More]
Cabinet Minister James Brokenshire backed most police officers and soldiers who served during the time... [Read More]
The visit of Secretary of State for Northern Ireland James Brokenshire to Saturday night's Dr McKenna Cup final, is being hailed as key to understanding... [Read More]
Northern Ireland secretary praises security forces who served with distinction and warns that inquiry is not working... [Read More]
James Brokenshire says inquiries into killings during the Troubles "disproportionately" focus on soldiers. [Read More]
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