also owned Carlton Screen Advertising, once the largest cinema advertising business in the UK (and still the largest in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland). In 2008, the business's UK and Irish operations were separated, with the UK operation passing to Odeon Cinemas and Cineworld, and being renamed Digital Cinema Media. The Irish operation continued to trade as Carlton Screen Advertising, and remained in the ownership of ITV plc until May 2009. According to its own statements, the group "exists in order to defend and develop an anti-imperialist trend within Britain, based on the long term interests of the entire working class and oppressed internationally. We stand for the creation of a society organised both to meet the needs of the entire population, and to ensure the fullest possible development of every individual." Revolutionary Communist Group (#RCG). Emphasising a campaign against capitalism and the oppression of the working classes, the group is also highly critical of British foreign policy, believing it to be imperialistic (imperialism) in nature. In particular, they criticise British control of Northern Ireland, the involvement of British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the British government’s support for the Israeli occupation of Palestine. The '''Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 2000''' (c.44) is an Act (Act of Parliament) of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It changed the age of consent for male homosexual sexual activities (including anal sex) from 18 (or for some activities, 21) to that for heterosexual and lesbian sexual activities at 16, or 17 in Northern Ireland. It also introduced the new offence of 'having sexual intercourse or engaging in any other sexual activity with a person under 18 if in a position of trust in relation to that person'. 2011 2012 Ding started the season at the Wuxi Classic (2011 Wuxi Classic), where he lost 5–6 against Mark Selby in the semi-finals, WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
in Drama at the University of Manchester, England, Maxwell accompanied her husband, Benedict Campbell, back to his native Canada, where she began to work as a director at the National Arts Centre. She subsequently became Artistic Director of Factory Theatre in Toronto (1987-95) and Director of New Play Development at the Charlottetown Festival in Prince Edward Island. In 2002, she became Artistic Director of the Shaw Festival. She has two daughters, Deragh and Lucy. '''Douglas Maddon''' (born 17 April 1970 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is the ''nom de plume'' of Northern Irish (Northern Ireland) author and teacher David McDowell. He is best known for the novel ''The English Department's Whores'' published in 2001. WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
the investment of over £800 million in the riverside area. The Cathedral Quarter (Cathedral Quarter, Belfast) has also seen substantial investment. In Derry, the ILEX Urban Regeneration Company has responsibility for driving forward the regeneration of the city. It is currently charged with redeveloping Ebrington Square and Fort George and creating 12,000 new jobs in the city by 2020. The Culture Company is charged with running events and programmes during the city's stint as City
as with Giengen an der Brenz (Baden-Württemberg, Germany). Early life and career Abeylegesse was born Hewan Abeye on September 11, 1982 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and raised with her seven brothers and sisters. She began her career running cross country. In 1999, she started for the Ethiopian junior team at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Belfast, Northern Ireland and finished ninth. There, she was invited to a meeting in Istanbul, Turkey. Coming
: www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk woman fashion-beauty whats-in-a-mane-13482292.html What's in a mane? , ''Belfast Telegraph'' ("Northern Ireland-born TV presenter Shauna Lowry (37), who has just finished filming a new series of ''Top Dog for Animal Planet'' and is expecting her first baby in mid-November...") She is probably most famous for being the reporter on the popular BBC series, ''Animal Hospital'', and ITV 1's ''Style Challenge''. She also presented the National Lottery (National Lottery (United Kingdom)) and presented coverage of Northern Ireland's celebrations on the Millennium eve party and was for a brief period a reporter for GMTV. In the early 1990s she also presented the RTÉ TV show ''Jo Maxi'' and the UTV RTÉ co-produced travel series ''Bon Voyage''. Wrecks Shipwrecks within sight of this location include the SS Pericles an Iron Screw steamer built in Belfast in Northern Ireland, which sank after hitting an uncharted rock on a clear calm day in 1910. The wreck was found by Tom Snider in 1957 at 34°25.33′S 115°08.24′E. He dived on the wreck to recover the lead that was being carried by the ship. '''Northern Ireland''' During "the troubles" (1960's-1980's) in Northern Ireland, participants in the Civil Rights movement withheld rent and council rates from local councils in protest at internment. Sinn Féin - History of the Conflict * '''1941 (1941 in rail transport)''' – After a bankruptcy, Spokane International Railway is reorganized as Spokane International Railroad. * '''1958 (1958 in rail transport)''' – Northern Ireland's Ulster Transport Authority and the Republic of Ireland's Córas Iompair Éireann take over from the Great Northern Railway Board in running the remaining cross-border route (Dublin-Belfast) of the Irish (Ireland) railway system (rail transport in Ireland). The GNR (Great Northern Railway (Ireland)) assets are split between the two state companies. * '''1996 (1996 in rail transport)''' – The Norwegian Railway Inspectorate is created. '''Apple Potato bread''' is a speciality of Armagh, Northern Ireland which is famous for growing apples. It is a potato bread wrapped, pasty-like, around a sweet filling of apples. '''Gordon Blair''' (born 1953 in Belfast), usually known as '''Gordy Blair''', is a Northern Irish (Northern Ireland) musician. '''Brian Faloon''' is a musician born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He played drums (drummer) for Highway Star, who were to become Stiff Little Fingers, having met two of the other band members at Belfast Boys' Model School. Faloon stayed with SLF long enough to record their first album Inflammable Material, but decided the rock 'n' roll lifestyle wasn't for him, so left the band, inspiring the words to SLF's single "Wait and See". WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
" The school draws its pupils from a wide geographical area and a range of social, religious and cultural backgrounds. In 2008 the school won the Northern Ireland State Secondary School of the Year award from The Sunday Times. http: www.ballymoneytimes.co.uk news local
the only constant member of the group, playing, in some instances, all of the non-orchestral instrumentation besides drums. To date, ten studio albums have been released under the Divine Comedy name. The group achieved their greatest commercial success in the years 1996–99, during which they had nine singles that made the UK Top 40, including the top ten hit "National Express (National Express (song))". The tenth Divine Comedy album, ''Bang Goes the Knighthood'', was released
of the Civil Authorities (Special Powers) Act (Northern Ireland) 1922. '''''Divorcing Jack''''' is a 1998 (1998 in film) satirical black comedy. The plot is set around the Northern Irish (Northern Ireland) reporter Dan Starkey who gets entangled into a web of political intrigue and Irish sectarian violence, at the same time as Northern Ireland is set to elect a new Prime Minister. Writer Colin Bateman adapted his own book (Divorcing Jack (novel)) as the screenplay. At the beginning of the film, Northern Irish (Northern Ireland) columnist Dan Starkey (David Thewlis) and American (United States) journalist Charles Parker (Richard Gant) are sent out to cover the upcoming elections, in which the charismatic, former victim of the war, Michael Brinn (Robert Lindsay (Robert Lindsay (actor))) seems the obvious winner, campaigning on a platform of disarmament and peace between the warring factions in Northern Ireland. Starkey, however, is not impressed with Brinn's promises, believing he has heard it from politicians before. '''Stephen Graham''' "'''Steve'''" '''Jones''' (born 25 October 1976) is a footballer (association football) from Northern Ireland who currently plays for Conference National side AFC Telford United. He has been capped (cap (sport)) 29 times by Northern Ireland (Northern Ireland national football team) and played for 15 clubs in England, Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Early career Born in Derry, Northern Ireland, Jones, a Motherwell (Motherwell F.C.) fan, WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland
in Cheshire and Cushendun, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Williams-Ellis is also known for his design (in the 1930s) of the former summit building on Snowdon, which - after unsympathetic alteration in the 1960s and a long-term lack of maintenance - was described by Prince Charles (Charles, Prince of Wales) as "the highest slum in Wales". *Former World snooker champion Ken Doherty is from the area and used to practice in local snooker club, Jason's * Nell
championship, world stinging nettle eating competition in Dorset, oyster eating championships in Northern Ireland, World Conker Championships in Northamptonshire, the alternative Scottish games, world tin bath racing on the Isle of Man, bog snorkelling and the Man versus Horse race in Wales, the Tough Guy Competition, cheese rolling (Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake) in Gloucestershire, morris dancing, Ottery St Mary#Tar Barrels Tar Barrels
leader_title4 Prime Minister (Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) leader_name4 David Cameron leader_title5 Secretary of State (Secretary of State for Northern Ireland) leader_name5 Theresa Villiers sovereignty_type Devolution (History of Northern Ireland) established_event1 established_date1 3 May 1921 established_event2 established_date2 18 July 1973 established_event3 established_date3 17 July 1974 established_event4 established_date4 19 November 1998 legislature Northern Ireland Assembly area_rank area_magnitude 1 E10 area_km2 13,843 area_sq_mi 5,345 percent_water population_estimate 1,841,245 NISRA Population Clock population_estimate_rank population_estimate_year 2014 population_census 1,810,863 population_census_year 2011 population_density_km2 131 population_density_sq_mi 339 population_density_rank GDP_PPP_year 2011 GDP_PPP $45.22 billion GDP_PPP_per_capita $25197 GDP_nominal_year 2011 GDP_nominal $48.36 billion GDP_nominal_per_capita $25859 GDP_nominal_rank currency Pound sterling currency_code GBP country_code UKN time_zone GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) date_format dd mm yyyy (AD (Anno Domini)) drives_on left utc_offset ​ time_zone_DST BST (British Summer Time) utc_offset_DST +1 calling_code +44 (Telephone numbers in the United Kingdom) footnote_a Northern Ireland has no official language. The use of English has been established through precedent. Irish and Ulster Scots are officially recognised by the British Government as minority languages. footnote_b +44 is always followed by 28 when calling landlines. The code is 028 within the UK and 048 from the Republic of Ireland
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Northern Ireland was created in 1921, when Ireland was partitioned (Partition of Ireland) between Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland by an act (Government of Ireland Act 1920) of the British parliament. Unlike Southern Ireland, which would become the Irish Free State in 1922, the majority of Northern Ireland's population were unionists (Unionism in Ireland) or loyalists (Ulster loyalism), who wanted to remain within the United Kingdom. Historically, Northern Ireland was marked by discrimination and hostility between these two communities in what Nobel Peace Prize-winner David Trimble called a "cold house" for Catholics. In the late 1960s, conflict between the two communities, and involving state forces, erupted into three decades of violence known as the Troubles, which claimed over 3,000 lives and caused over 50,000 casualties. Security and defense-related statistics. Conflict Archive on the Internet (CAIN) (Conflict Archive on the Internet) The Good Friday Agreement in 1998 was a major step in the peace process (Northern Ireland peace process) although sectarianism and religious segregation still remain major social problems.
Northern Ireland has historically been the most industrialised region of the island. After declining as a result of the political and social turmoil of the Troubles, and down by 1.2 percentage points over the year, Department of Enterprise, Trade, and Investment: Full Economic Overview, 15 October 2014 similar to the UK figure of 6.2%. The Guardian newspaper:UK unemployment rate falls to lowest level since 2008 financial crisis, 17 September 2014 58.2% of those unemployed had been unemployed for over a year.
Prominent artists and sports persons (Culture of Northern Ireland) from Northern Ireland include Van Morrison, Rory McIlroy, Joey Dunlop and George Best. Some from that part of the island prefer to identify as Irish (e.g., poet Seamus Heaney and actor Liam Neeson). Cultural links between Northern Ireland, the rest of Ireland, and the rest of the UK are complex, with Northern Ireland sharing both the culture of Ireland and the culture of the United Kingdom. In most sports, the island of Ireland fields a single team, a notable exception being association football. Northern Ireland competes separately (Northern Ireland at the Commonwealth Games) at the Commonwealth Games, and athletes from Northern Ireland may compete for either Great Britain (Great Britain at the Olympics) or Ireland (Ireland at the Olympics) at the Olympic Games.