http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2014/11/23/northern-ireland-dup-to-introduce-bill-to-exempt-religious-people-from-equality-laws/ The DUP have got to be having laugh. After years upon years of sectarian hate-mongering, it seems they have at long last realised that they need to make a play for the religious vote of the other side. (Not that the Troubles here were truly to do with religious disparity anyway.) So, now that they can no longer afford to make the Catholic community their whipping boy, it seems they mean to set the religious up as a class unto themselves. I'm not particularly worried about this, as I think it's a fairly safe bet that Sinn Fein will table a Motion of Concern. I'm sitting here wondering whether their actions will actually tip the balance and push traditionally Unionist voters who are not religious into voting for Sinn Fein next chance they get. I'm very curious to see how this pans out.