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Brexit secrecy may have “breached ministerial code”. So is the Executive’s line only to wait for Theresa?

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt’s charge that  a briefing paper on the negative implications of Brexit apparently withheld from the  former multiparty Executive  by  the FM and dFM in May 2015  may have been in  breach of the ministerial code, is a neat move  by a party now in formal opposition.  It is also a small more...
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