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# deputy-first-minister - Friday 23 October, 2020

Michelle O’Neill says lockdown extension can't be ruled out - in contrast to Arlene Foster's comments

Today, Northern Ireland came to the end of its first week of a four-week circuit-breaker.

# deputy-first-minister - Monday 17 August, 2020

Judge accuses Michelle O'Neill of 'unjustifiable' delay to compensation scheme for Troubles victims

Mr Justice McAlinden said the position taken by the Deputy First Minister is ‘fundamentally inappropriate’.

# deputy-first-minister - Saturday 25 January, 2020

'Famed for his stubbornness and acerbic wit, Seamus Mallon was never one to fall into line'

Mallon, the former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister, passed away yesterday aged 83.

# deputy-first-minister - Friday 9 December, 2016

Martin McGuinness cancels China trip on medical advice

The Sinn Féin MLA was due to travel to Beijing this week – but pulled out of the trip at short notice.

# deputy-first-minister - Tuesday 23 July, 2013

McGuinness calls for justice for Bethany Home survivors

The men and women, who say they were neglected while in the care of the home, met with the North’s Deputy First Minister yesterday.

# deputy-first-minister - Wednesday 7 March, 2012

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Poll: Should there be an all-Ireland soccer team?

Tell us whether you agree with Martin McGuinness’ recent assertion.

# deputy-first-minister - Monday 19 September, 2011

O'Dowd named as McGuinness replacement

The Stormont Education Minister will be nominated as temporary deputy first minister today.

# deputy-first-minister - Thursday 28 July, 2011

Ronan Kerr probe: Men released as McGuinness attacks PSNI

The Sinn Féin Deputy First Minister said one man was arrested in a “blaze of publicity” and suggested it was “bad policing”.