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Martin McGuinness rejects claims he is a British spy
McGuinness dismisses spy claims as rubbish

Sinn Fein chief negotiator Martin McGuinness has dismissed allegations that he is a British spy as a “load of rubbish”. The Mid-Ulster MP was speaking for the first time since former British army intelligence officer Martin Ingram made the allegations in a Sunday newspaper. They come just months after former Sinn Fein official Denis Donaldson… Read more »

Ian Paisley rejects Sinn Fein's nomination for first minister
Paisley rejects first minister nomination

Ian Paisley has rejected a nomination by Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams to become the first minister of Northern Ireland. The offer was made during a session at the Stormont assembly this afternoon, but the Democratic Unionist party (DUP) leader responded with a brief “certainly not”. The 108 members of the Northern Ireland assembly had… Read more »