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# north of the border

Last year
Jacob Rees-Mogg accused of weakening Scottish union after 'lightweight' TV insult
Rees-Mogg made disparaging remarks about Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross.
All time
Taoiseach, Paul Givan and Michelle O'Neill all sing from the same hymn sheet on climate change
He will meet with First Minister Paul Givan and deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill.
Northern Ireland: Hairdressers to reopen from next Friday, indoor pubs & restaurants from 24 May
The executive has signed off on a plan with three key relaxation dates – 23 April, 30 April and 24 May.
The executive has signed off on a plan with three key relaxation dates - 23 April, 30 April and 24 May.
Northern Ireland marked reaching one million Covid-19 vaccines last weekend.
Yesterday, Health Minister Robin Swann said the “scales are tipping” in favour of accelerating the pace of the exit from lockdown.
Tánaiste 'increasingly confident' that indoor and outdoor dining will reopen during the summer
Arriving passengers from 16 more countries must enter hotel quarantine from this morning
'Scotland will decide': Nicola Sturgeon bites back as Boris Johnson rejects independence vote
The two leaders of their respective governments traded statements online today.
Poll: Should Scotland hold another referendum on independence from the UK?
Has Brexit changed the game that much?
The 32-county People Before Profit and why it's anti-austerity and pro-Brexit
The party has two representatives in Stormont.
Belfast City Council votes in favour of same-sex marriage
The vote went 38 in favour, 13 against with two abstentions.
Could Belfast be the answer to your property woes?
The property market in Northern Ireland’s first city is set for growth in 2015.
Yanks and Canucks in a stir as Burger King buys Tim Hortons for €7.5bn
Tim Hortons is a Canadian institution but is being bought mainly for tax reasons.
Meanwhile in Northern Ireland, Sinn Féin and DUP are still the big two
They haven’t raced ahead however.