A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
However, other political parties in Northern Ireland expressed concern at Mr Johnson’s election as Conservative Party leader, particularly in terms of the potential implications for Brexit.
Tue, 23 Jul, 2019
A former club captain back in the 1950s, and with a son (John) involved in a variety of roles from captain to president to chairman, Don’s was a voice entitled to be heard.
Sat, 18 May, 2019
Senior Irish and UK government ministers have urged politicians to be careful about the language they use in the wake of the latest Twitter row between elected representatives in the North.
Wed, 07 Feb, 2018
A second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union would be a "betrayal", Prime Minister Theresa May has told MPs.
Mon, 18 Dec, 2017
It could take another three months to get to the second stage of Brexit talks.
Fri, 15 Dec, 2017
Theresa May's minority British Government was accused of "running scared" after allowing a second Labour-led motion to be approved by MPs.
Wed, 13 Sep, 2017
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is set to face criticism over Ireland’s post-Brexit border stance when he travels North this week following his insistence that Ireland will not stand for a divide on the island.
Tue, 01 Aug, 2017
A bid to give Northern Ireland special designated status within the EU after Brexit has been defeated in the European Parliament.
Wed, 05 Jul, 2017
Theresa May has been warned the DUP expects to see more money spent on health and education, with an end to the "dark tunnel of austerity".
Wed, 21 Jun, 2017
A Jehovah's Witness in England embroiled in a family court dispute with his estranged wife has been barred from taking his six-year-old son to some religious events by a judge.
Sun, 11 Jun, 2017
From the moment the exit poll was announced at 10pm on Thursday, and it was apparent that Theresa May was about to lose her Commons majority, the potential role for the Democratic Unionist Party took centre stage.
Sat, 10 Jun, 2017
Sinn Fein leader at Stormont, Michelle O'Neill and the Democratic Unionist Nigel Dodds repeatedly clashed in a heated televised election debate this evening.
Mon, 05 Jun, 2017
The DUP has accused Sinn Féin of not being serious about wanting to reach an agreement to restore the Stormont government.
Mon, 10 Apr, 2017
A police officer has been shot and wounded in north Belfast, police said.
Sun, 22 Jan, 2017
Sinn Féin has been accused by the deputy leader of the DUP of triggering a snap election in Northern Ireland to secure concessions from the UK Government.
Tue, 17 Jan, 2017
Evidence of Provisional IRA activity is of sufficient strength to force the exclusion of Sinn Fein from the North’s powersharing government, the Democratic Unionists have insisted.
Fri, 28 Aug, 2015
The Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) said it had no option but to walk away from the North’s power sharing Executive after trust in Sinn Féin broke down.
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has written to Gerry Adams seeking clarification on the people the Sinn Féin leader asked him to meet regarding rape victim Mairia Cahill’s claims of an internal IRA investigation into her abuse.
Thu, 30 Oct, 2014
Detectives in the North are treating an overnight arson attack on a church as a hate crime.
Sun, 20 Jul, 2014
A private maternity hospital and two consultant obstetricians yesterday apologised in the High Court to the parents of a baby boy who died soon after his birth six years ago.
Wed, 22 Jan, 2014
Martin Dwyer was detained in hospital overnight for observation following a horrible fall at Southwell yesterday.
Sat, 04 Jan, 2014
A Unionist MEP from Northern Ireland has called on the European Commission to take action against Republican parades.
Tue, 03 Sep, 2013
Four hundred extra police officers from Great Britain are being deployed to Northern Ireland after a night of serious loyalist rioting in Belfast that left more than 30 officers injured and an MP hospitalised.
Sat, 13 Jul, 2013
Democratic Unionist Party MP Nigel Dodds was taken to hospital after being struck in the head by a brick during a night of fierce violence in the North.
Sat, 13 Jul, 2013
The Parades Commission’s controversial decision to ban a return parade by the Orange Order must be respected, Theresa Villiers told the Commons.
Wed, 10 Jul, 2013
The DUP has condemned threats it says have been made against its members in the North.
Wed, 05 Dec, 2012
An attempted booby-trap bomb attack that targeted a soldier in Belfast has been condemned today.
Fri, 06 Jan, 2012
THE fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime could help secure compensation for Libya’s past support for the IRA, it was claimed yesterday.
Tue, 23 Aug, 2011
The fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime could help MPs secure compensation for Libya’s past support for the IRA, it was claimed today.
Mon, 22 Aug, 2011
Dundee manager Gordon Chisholm and assistant Billy Dodds were today made redundant by the club’s administrator.
Fri, 15 Oct, 2010
COULD Northern Ireland decide the course of British politics tomorrow, after all?
Wed, 05 May, 2010
A father today denied trying to kill his weeks-old baby by smothering him and poisoning him with powerful painkillers so he could continue living with the boy’s mother.
Mon, 01 Mar, 2010
Tensions between the North’s main parties over contentious parades flared today as an Assembly working group to resolve the thorny issue finalised its work.
Mon, 22 Feb, 2010
Members of the Democratic Unionist Party today backed their under pressure leader Peter Robinson following calls for his resignation over the scandal involving his wife Iris.
Mon, 11 Jan, 2010
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will visit the North on Monday as the deadlock over policing and justice powers deepens.
Thu, 01 Oct, 2009
The Democratic Unionist Party’s (DUP) deputy leader Nigel Dodds is to lose his job in the North's government today as part of a major ministerial reshuffle.
Mon, 22 Jun, 2009
Diane Dodds (DUP) and Jim Nicholson (UC) have been elected on third count of the European elections in the North.
Mon, 08 Jun, 2009
Election officials in the North will begin preparations today for the official counting of the votes cast in the European Parliament election.
Fri, 05 Jun, 2009
The North's Finance Minister was accused of moral blackmail today in a row about civil service back pay claims.
Mon, 01 Jun, 2009
Three companies from the North have now won contracts to work on the London 2012 Olympics, Stormont’s Finance minister announced today.
Tue, 05 May, 2009
The North's Finance Minister’s blinkered approach to the budget is ignoring the dangers ahead, it was claimed today.
Wed, 29 Apr, 2009
The North would have to slash its spending if the Ulster Unionists’ new electoral partners were in power, it was warned today.
Tue, 03 Mar, 2009