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A woman who accused a senior peer of groping her and promising her a peerage in return for sex has branded the House of Lords’ decision to block his immediate suspension a “complete disgrace”.
Defiant Theresa May compared her premiership with an innings by England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn took time out from a tumultuous day of Brexit activity to join a delegation of MPs and Peers celebrating the Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday.
Ireland’s Health Minister gave further assurances on Thursday that women from Northern Ireland will be able to access abortions in the Republic.
As Brexit chaos reigns supreme in Westminster, here are answers to the top questions on Brexit that people in Northern and the Republic of Ireland have asked Google in the last four hours.
Theresa May struck a defiant tone after being hit by a wave of ministerial resignations and calls for her to be ousted as Prime Minister in a backlash over her Brexit plan.
An inquest into the killing of ten people in Belfast almost 50 years ago has heard emotional testimony from the families of three of them.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has urged Conservative party colleagues to back the Prime Minister, insisting “there is no better person” for the job.
Peers have blocked the immediate suspension of a senior member of the House of Lords after an inquiry found he had groped a woman and promised her a peerage for sex.
Notorious prisoner Charles Bronson smiled and broke into a celebratory jig after a jury cleared him of trying to seriously harm a prison governor.
Prime Minister Theresa May stepped out of 10 Downing Street at about 7.15pm on Wednesday following a marathon five-hour Cabinet meeting and announced the Cabinet had agreed the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement.
Thongs and placards were held aloft in Belfast on Thursday in solidarity with protests in the Irish Republic earlier this week over how rape trials are conducted.
A flurry of Tory MPs – including European Research Group chairman Jacob Rees-Mogg – have said they have lost confidence in Theresa May.
It was, Jacob Rees-Mogg assured us, not a coup, but it was very much a direct challenge to Theresa May’s authority.
A paedophile who was suspected of child grooming offences joined the police force to target vulnerable victims and went on to rape a 13-year-old girl.
The Queen has described the Prince of Wales’s 70th birthday celebrations as a “great party”.
Prisons Minister Rory Stewart found himself performing what may be one of the fastest U-turns in British politics after using a fabricated statistic about public backing for the Prime Minister’s Brexit plan.
A pottery firm from Yorkshire has gone viral after one of its potters made a Brexit-themed mug – complete with holes in its sides.
Notorious prisoner Charles Bronson has been cleared of attempting to seriously harm a prison governor.
Prince William has accused social media giants of being “on the back foot” when it comes to tackling issues like fake news, privacy and cyber-bullying.
Dancers from Scottish Ballet reached new heights as they prepare to tour the country with their production of Cinderella over the festive season.
As MPs ponder Theresa May’s draft Brexit deal, the British public has been searching online to find out more information about what it all means.
Ireland’s deputy premier has rejected claims the Irish government is portraying the draft Brexit deal as a victory.
The 585-page draft withdrawal agreement between the UK Government and the EU sets out the proposed terms of Britain’s departure from the bloc while avoiding a sudden “cliff edge” break.
Blunders made by a private company which resulted in more than 40,000 women not being sent the appropriate smear test information are unacceptable, health minister Steve Brine has said.
Leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has submitted a letter of no confidence in Theresa May, as the Prime Minister reels from the loss of four ministers – including two from her Cabinet – in protest at her Brexit plans.
The first live streaming of a Court of Appeal hearing has taken place as part of a pilot for a new service designed to increase public access to the court’s work.
Untold damage was caused by evidence disclosure failings that rocked the criminal justice system, a Government review has concluded.
Representatives from Northern Ireland parties have said that the draft agreement for Brexit is an opportunity to look at the glass “half-full”.
A shopkeeper and two other men waited for darkness before murdering five people in an explosion, “hoping their evil plans would go unnoticed”, a court has heard.