The UK Government has a responsibility to "put right" the "wrong" of the Northern Ireland protocol, according to new DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson.The Lagan Valley MP was confirmed as new party leader following a meeting of the DUP ruling executive in Belfast.
DUP leader Sir Jeffery Donaldson says his party will immediately withdraw from Irish north/south political bodies over the NI Protocol. He stresses the Protocol has made the current arrangement unsustainable and that "we simply cannot go on like this". Report by Edwardst. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Mandatory credit: UEFA Super Cup Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel revealed the decision to bring goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga on for the Super Cup penalty shoot-out win over Villarreal stemmed from extensive statistical research.There were eyebrows raised as Kepa replaced Edouard Mendy towards the end of the 1-1 draw at Belfast’s Windsor Park on Wednesday night.The two sides could not be settled over 120 minutes after Hakim Ziyech’s effort for the Champions League holders was cancelled out by Gerard Moreno.Europa League winners Villarreal hit the woodwork twice but came up short in the shoot-out as Kepa saved from both Aissa Mandi and Raul Albiol, with Chelsea winning 6-5 after Kai Havertz had missed the first spot-kick.
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Teenagers from across Northern Ireland played a match at Crusaders FC Seaview grounds in Belfast on the eve of the Super Cup. The match was in partnership with BT Hope United and the UEFA Foundation for Children, with Rio Ferdinand attending. The aim is to raise awareness of the devastating impact of online hate in sport and among young people.
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The families of victims shot dead by British soldiers in Ballymurphy have been joined by victims from all sides of the Troubles to voice their opposition to a proposed statute of limitations on legacy prosecutions.Ten people were killed in Belfast during a British Army operation in 1971.Families of the victims held their annual Time For Truth march in Belfast on Sunday to mark the 50th anniversary of the atrocity.
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Victims from across the community in Northern Ireland have met Government officials to make clear their opposition to plans to ban prosecutions for Troubles murdersSeveral victims' groups held meetings..
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Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Louise Haigh accuses the government of "brinkmanship" and "political gameplaying" over proposed changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol. Report by Blairm. Like us on..