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Former first minister Arlene Foster to front live Twelfth coverage on GB News

Former Northern Ireland first minister Dame Arlene Foster is set to front live coverage of the region’s annual Twelfth of July parades.GB News is set to broadcast live from Armagh city on July 12 where the largest of this year’s parades is expected to be held.It comes after a decision announced by the BBC last week not to provide live coverage this year.That decision was criticised by the Orange Order which puts on the parades at cities and towns across Northern Ireland every July 12 to mark King William’s victory over King James at the Battle of the Boyne in...
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Sir Salman Rushdie, Arlene Foster and AstraZeneca boss celebrated in Queen’s birthday honours

AstraZeneca chief executive Pascal Soriot has received a knighthood and former Northern Ireland leader Arlene Foster has received a damehood in the Queen’s birthday honours list, while novelist Sir Salman Rushdie has also been recognised. Top NHS England officials who led the response during the Covid pandemic have received top awards, with Stephen Powis, national medical director, set to be knighted and Ruth May, chief nurse, to become a dame. Ex-England footballer Rio Ferdinand received an OBE for charity work, while cricketer Moeen Ali and Welsh footballer Gareth Bale both received MBEs. Sports broadcaster Clare Balding has been awarded a...
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Arlene Foster

Arlene Foster, 90, Warsaw, died surrounded by her family at 5:33 p.m., Saturday, April 30, 2022, at her residence. Arlene was born July 4, 1931, in Roseland, Ill. to the late Arlie Able and Minnie (Roloff) Hartman. She married Clarence O. Foster, Jr. May 21, 1955, in Dolton, Ill.; he...
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Daniel Hannan and Arlene Foster on Boris Johnson's singing

Lord Hannan and Arlene Foster have recalled the music the PM has sang to them at previous meetings. After it was revealed the PM sang Gloria Gaynor's I will Survive with his new director of communications Guto Harri, the Conservative peer and former DUP leader are asked about his singing.
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Arlene Foster claims Boris Johnson gave into pressure to agree NI Protocol

Northern Ireland’s former first minister Arlene Foster has claimed Boris Johnson gave into pressure to accept the Northern Ireland Protocol “as proposed” by the Irish Government. Mrs Foster also criticised Irish Government ministers Leo Varadkar and Simon Coveney for their handling of the Brexit process, blaming their “aggressive nationalism” on...
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Deborah Erskine replaces Arlene Foster as Fermanagh-South Tyrone MLA

Former Democratic Unionist Party press officer Deborah Erskine has officially replaced Arlene Foster as MLA for Fermanagh and South Tyrone, the Electoral Office has confirmed. Mrs Erskine, a Fermanagh and Omagh District councillor, was returned to fill Mrs Foster's seat on Thursday. The DUP councillor previously worked in Mrs Foster's...
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Arlene Foster formally leaves Stormont Assembly

Northern Ireland’s former first minister Arlene Foster has formally stepped aside as a member of the Stormont Assembly. Mrs Foster said she did not intend to remain as an MLA for Fermanagh and South Tyrone in May when she announced her decision to resign as DUP leader following an internal party revolt.
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Arlene Foster declines DUP 50th anniversary dinner invite

Former Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster has declined an invitation to the party's 50th anniversary dinner, BBC News NI understands. The party is marking the occasion at a Belfast hotel on Thursday night. Meanwhile, Baroness Eileen Paisley has told the BBC that the party today is in many...
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