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And So…South Belfast?

This is not a return to Blogging. I just cant be arsed anymore. There is a lot of stuff that I just cant be arsed about. Coronation Street, Manchester United and Politics just dont interest me anymore. I believed in … Continue reading

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Taking A Break

As you can imagine, the past few weeks have been pretty busy and I am a bit exhausted. I have been ordered by my wife and several of my girlfriends to take a break for 48 hours. So if you … Continue reading

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A Big Yeeeeeeeeeooooo!

You will forgive me saying Yeeeeeeeeeeeeoooooo! The SDLP has not made a net gain since 1998 so gaining two seats (12 from 90 is an improvement on 12 from 108). This was an unexpected election but I have been predicting … Continue reading

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As The Boxes Open…

So…9am. The Morning After the Day Before. Everybody is saying that “something” happened but nobody is sure what it was. I wonder how many times I have voted since June 1970. I was 18 years old. It was the first … Continue reading

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Election Day

Well thats it then. The Campaign is over. Good luck to the candidates involved in the democratic process tomorrow (actually later today). Fair play to them for putting themselves forward. The odd thing about retiring from Blogging is that the … Continue reading

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Assembly Election 2017: Fermanagh-South Tyrone

The key difference between Assembly 2016 and Assembly 2017 is that only five MLAs will be elected from each constituncy. For at least eighteen MLAs and their staff, this election has come four years too early. The percentage of votes … Continue reading

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Assembly Electon 2017: West Belfast

The key difference between Assembly 2016 and Assembly 2017 is that only five MLAs will be elected from each constituncy. For at least eighteen MLAs and their staff, this election has come four years too early. The percentage of votes … Continue reading

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