NI Paper Review: Suspended MP And A Second EU Referendum

The Kingsmills video controversy, politicians seeking alternative work and calls for a second Brexit referendum all make the headlines.

The Irish News reports that a Sinn Féin MP is continuing constituency work even though he has been suspended for three months.

The paper reports that Barry McElduff is still working from his Omagh office.

His suspension comes after he posted a video online on the 42nd anniversary of the Kingsmills massacre.

In the video, which sparked widespread condemnation, Mr McElduff was seen with a loaf of Kingsmill bread on his head.

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