DUP leader warns Sinn Fein that restoration of devolution is ‘no game’

Arlene Foster was speaking at her party’s Spring conference in Omagh, Co Tyrone.


University professor claims DUP ‘self-harming’ Northern Ireland

The UK Government has been urged to ensure the rights of people in Northern Ireland are enshrined before Brexit.


Ian Paisley urged to reimburse charity for first class plane ticket to New York

Co-Operation Ireland reimbursed his £6,327 travel and hotel costs for a peace conference in New York in February 2018.


Former DUP minister admits he was involved in RHI leak to top civil servant

Ex-economy minister Simon Hamilton admitted it was ‘not his proudest moment’.


Paisley survives dismissal vote - A good process worth copying

Democratic Unionist representative Ian Paisley has avoided the ignominy of being the first MP to lose his House of Commons seat under legislation — known as the petitions device — introduced after a parliamentary expenses scandal some years ago.


Ex-Stormont minister tells inquiry of multiple attempts to ‘smear’ him

A former Stormont minister appeared emotional as he claimed he was “just one boy” against multiple attempts to “smear” him.


DUP fined £1,000 over ‘inaccurate’ loan reporting

The Electoral Commission imposed two fines worth £500 each, which were paid earlier this month, its latest report disclosed.