The Prime Minister has been urged to convene urgent political talks in Northern Ireland in the wake of recent street disorder.
Rioters have been blasted with a water cannon by police as unrest stirred on the streets of Northern Ireland once more.
The UK Prime Minister and Irish premier have made a joint call for calm after days of unrest in Northern Ireland.
The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has challenged the Loyalist Communities Council (LCC) to publicly condemn recent violence across the region.
A united message of condemnation of recent violence in Northern Ireland has been welcomed by the Secretary of State.
Emergency talks are set to take place in Northern Ireland following a week of violence that police said has been on a scale not seen in recent years.
The Northern Ireland Secretary is flying to Belfast to hold emergency talks with the main political parties as well as faith and community leaders in an attempt to quell a spate of violence.
Conservative MPs have warned Brandon Lewis that his new powers to direct commissioning of central abortion services in Northern Ireland are “putting the Union at risk”.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has urged Stormont ministers to take action on rolling out abortions services in the region before he steps in to order it.
The Government will take legislative action later in a bid to end a stand-off over commissioning abortion services in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland’s centenary programme marking the anniversary of the state’s foundation will champion young people of the future, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said.
The UK Government’s “provocation” tactics will not resolve the “complex” issues linked to new Irish trading arrangements, Labour has warned.
Northern Ireland would have faced more empty food shelves if the Government had not intervened on Brexit grace periods, Brandon Lewis has said.
Brandon Lewis has dismissed as “untenable” claims from Stormont’s Finance Minister that he does not have the money to fund a victims’ payment scheme
The Government is focused on making Brexit’s Northern Ireland Protocol work, not ditching it, a Cabinet minister has insisted.
A meeting with the UK Government and Stormont ministers has failed to resolve an impasse over who will foot a potential £1.2 billion bill for a delayed Troubles victims’ payment scheme.
Stormont ministers are set for crunch talks with the UK Government over who will foot a potential £1.2 billion bill for a delayed Troubles victims’ payment scheme.
A DUP MP has faced criticism from parliamentary counterparts after linking the IRA with Catholicism.
Production of an unmanned combat aircraft nicknamed the “loyal wingman” is set to begin thanks to a £30 million Government investment.
The Government is not envisaging any extension of grace periods that limit Brexit red tape associated with Irish Sea trade, the Northern Ireland Secretary has said.