Tuesday, June 18, 2002

Peter Robinson’s appeal against the legality of the re-election of the First and Deputy First Minister comes to a head next Monday. It could lead to the meltdown, many have talked about and few outside the growing ranks of DUP supporters have wished for. Some commentators argue that breaking democratic rules has a limited lifespan in NI.

Trimble takes the initiative with Sinn Fein. Malachi O’Doherty provides an interesting take on IRA military strategy during the peace process.

There have been riots in Derry City over the support of the Republic’s team.

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