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Arlene Foster resigns as Northern Ireland's first minister
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Nicola Sturgeon cleared of breaching ministerial code
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The government has come under fire with its proposed crime bill which detractors say does little to tackle violence against women and girls as the country reels from the murder of Sarah Everard.
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UK plans to use Royal Navy ships to stop EU fishing boats slammed
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