NEWS: Sinn Fein orchestrate a sectarian campaign to target the freedom of the press 

This week has seen a Sinn Fein orchestrated campaign to target journalists that refuse to play along with the narrative peddled by the republican movement.     Seldom has there been such an overt political attempt to influence the media.  It began by the targeting of Newsletter Deputy Editor Ben Lowry, who was subjected to a […]

Nationalist solicitors sign Sinn Fein letter calling for one sided justice

A nationalist coalition of solicitors have come together to publish a letter in today’s Irish News supporting the Sinn Fein organised ‘March For Truth’ on Sunday. The march is being fronted up by Sinn Fein MLA Emma Rogan who has recently been pictured glorifying the murderous deeds of the Provisional IRA. The letter reads like […]

Ballynafeigh Apprentice Boys FB respond to the SDLP’s sectarian targeting  of their club 

Ballynafeigh Apprentice Boys FB respond to the SDLP’s sectarian targeting  of their club 

After a barrage of negative publicity contrived by the SDLP, for purely political and sectarian purposes, the Ballynafeigh Apprentice Boys Flute Band Club have released a statement on social media. The club has been relentlessly attacked in the media after the SDLP, who supported the naming of a playpark after an IRA terrorist, sought to […]

NEWS: SDLP and Alliance silent on Hazzard’s terror den

There has been silence from the ‘progressive’ pan-nationalist coalition after it was revealed that Sinn Fein’s Chris Hazzard MP, a self-proclaimed advocate for victims, had moved into a terror den within his South Down constituency. Chris Hazzard’s new IRA terror den makes a mockery of his pretence that he is some kind of advocate for […]

What happened? Why Unionism said no to the ‘deal’

What happened? Why Unionism said no to the ‘deal’

There has been much information, and misinformation, circulated within the past number of days. We at Unionist Voice feel it is appropriate to provide an outline, from our understanding, of the chronology of the deal unfolding, and who knew what. It should be pointed out that this website was the first to raise the alarm […]

DUP members urged to stand with Arlene #NoDeal

DUP members urged to stand with Arlene #NoDeal

As the Irish language lobby increases their aggressive demands, the unionist community are seeking support from their elected representatives to ensure that there will be no further Irish language provision. The Irish language demands include; discrimination against non-Irish speakers in public service employment mandatory Irish education in ALL schools (this means that Protestant children would […]

Unionist negotiators must demand cultural protections around parades and bonfires

Unionist negotiators must demand cultural protections around parades and bonfires

As the Irish language lobby increase their ever expanding list of demands, it is prudent for the unionist community to reflect upon what legislative provisions are being discussed for the protection of the Protestant, Unionist and Loyalist culture and traditions. With much talk about ‘rights based issues’, it is notable that any reference to the […]

Analysis: Stormont dealers caught in the Act

Analysis: Stormont dealers caught in the Act

by Jamie Bryson On Sunday afternoon rumours began to filter out that the outline of a deal had been agreed by the DUP and Sinn Fein.   It is understood the outline deal, which was presented to DUP members at a 10am summit this morning (Monday), includes legislative provision for Irish language ‘rights’. The DUP […]

Unionists urged to speak out against rumoured DUP surrender 

Rumours have grown today that the DUP are on the verge of a humiliating surrender to Sinn Fein demands, in order to get back into Stormont and Save their salary. Unionism voted in their droves, with many lending their vote to the DUP, to give Arlene Foster a strong mandate NOT to provide anymore concessions […]

OPINION: Any deal open to legal challenge as Secretary of State has failed to exercise her legal duty

By Jamie Bryson Any potential deal at Stormont could very well be open to legal challenge, given the fact that the Secretary of State is currently failing in her legal obligation to call an election. The Northern Ireland Act 1998 is also clear on the process for electing a First and Deputy First Minister, and […]