Northern Ireland Acts

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Enoch Powell - Ulster Unionist - Falklands Conflict
... On 28 April, Powell spoke in the Commons against the Northern Ireland Secretary's (Jim Prior) plans for devolution to a power-sharing assembly in Northern Ireland "We assured the people of the Falkland Islands that ... Essentially, exactly the same has happened over the years to Northern Ireland" ...
39th Regiment Royal Artillery - History
... The Regiment completed four tours of Northern Ireland over the next seven years. 1998 – The regiment deployed to Northern Ireland. 2004 – 39 Regiment has completed several tours of Northern Ireland from 1998, as the Urban Reinforcement Battalion ...
List Of Sovereign States - List of States
... of Cyprus A UN member state Not recognised by Turkey and Northern Cyprus Member of the EU ... part of the island is the de facto state of Northern Cyprus ... Ireland A UN member state A None Member of the EU ...
Citation Of United Kingdom Legislation - Citation of Primary Legislation As A Whole - Primary Legislation Passed By Devolved Bodies - Parliament of Northern Ireland (1921 To 1972)
... Each piece of legislation passed by the former Parliament of Northern Ireland (Stormont) was also known as an Act of Parliament ... The system of citation of Northern Ireland Acts of Parliament is almost identical to that for the Westminster parliament, except that the change to numbering by calendar year happened earlier (starting in 1944), and ... There is a difference in naming convention between Acts passed in Northern Ireland and Acts passed at Westminster but relating to Northern Ireland ...

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    ... in Northern Ireland, if you don’t have basic Christianity, rather than merely religion, all you get out of the experience of living is bitterness.
    Bernadette Devlin (b. 1947)

    The one who acts is always without conscience; nobody has a conscience but the contemplative person.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    In civilization, as in a southern latitude, man degenerates at length, and yields to the incursion of more northern tribes.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The tragedy of Northern Ireland is that it is now a society in which the dead console the living.
    Jack Holland (b. 1947)