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The son of Ian Paisley said he "humbly" thanked the man who was both his father's enemy, and then friend.
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The direction of America's 45th president plans to take is all too clear.
Troughton, a Copeland councillor, was critical of Jeremy Corbyn during the summer leadership race.
There's nothing deplorable about discussing the common interests of the people.
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