A Stormont minister has been challenged by executive colleagues over his controversial decision to halt work on permanent inspection posts for Brexit port checks in Northern Ireland.
Stormont ministers have asked civil servants to finalise details of Northern Ireland’s lockdown exit strategy.
A controversial decision to halt work on permanent inspection posts for Brexit port checks in Northern Ireland will be debated by Stormont ministers later.
Stormont ministers will convene on Monday to discuss final details of Northern Ireland’s lockdown exit strategy.
Northern Ireland’s Agriculture Minister has halted construction of permanent inspection facilities for post-Brexit checks on agri-food goods arriving from Great Britain.
Arlene Foster has been accused of legitimising loyalist paramilitaries after meeting with a body representing outlawed terror groups to discuss tensions around the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Stormont ministers have stuck with their phased plan for returning children to school despite DUP concerns that it is too slow.
Tory Brexiteers have called on Boris Johnson to scrap the arrangements for Northern Ireland which he agreed with Brussels.
One of the biggest cocaine seizures in recent years has been made in Northern Ireland.
The Scottish Government is preparing to create a new customs checkpoint in Dumfries and Galloway as a consequence of Brexit.
Forecasters are predicting “the first signs of spring” will be felt across much of the UK in the coming days, with some places experiencing weather more like May than February.
Ireland’s premier insisted the Northern Ireland Protocol offers many benefits and opportunities for the region as he stressed the importance of its full implementation.
Another layer of Brexit red tape associated with the Northern Ireland Protocol has come into effect, with health certificates on Great British sausages and mince now required.
Northern Ireland’s lockdown has been extended to April, but some primary school pupils will return to class on March 8.
Maros Sefcovic said he is committed to finding pragmatic solutions to problems facing Northern Ireland’s traders after Brexit.
The senior figure overseeing Europe’s implementation of post-Brexit Northern Ireland trade arrangements meets Belfast business leaders later.
The Government’s education catch-up plans fail to offer pupils the support they need, a report suggests.
The average UK house price reached a record high of £252,000 in December 2020, official figures show.
A fortified police vehicle for controlling riots at the start of the Northern Ireland conflict is being sold off in England.
A call by the DUP to trigger Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol is to be debated at Westminster later this month.
Trade problems created by the Northern Ireland Protocol need permanent solutions, not sticking plasters, Arlene Foster has said.
The Northern Ireland Protocol is the only way to protect the Good Friday Agreement, a senior European Commission official has said.
Turnover is down 12% at one of the main retail distributors across the Irish Sea.
Northern Ireland will play the United States for the first time in a friendly at Windsor Park on March 28.
The Irish Government is to seek an “early warning system” on the use of Article 16 of the Northern Ireland protocol on Brexit.
Michael Gove has expressed frustration at the lack of progress in talks with Brussels aimed at resolving difficulties in Northern Ireland’s Brexit arrangements.
Calls have been made to scrap part of the Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland, as the Prime Minister warned Brussels he will act to prevent trade barriers being put up in the Irish Sea.
Boris Johnson has warned he is ready to override elements of the Brexit divorce settlement relating to Northern Ireland to prevent a trade barrier developing in the Irish Sea.
The European Commission vice president is set to travel to London next week to discuss the trade issues that have emerged between Britain and Northern Ireland post-Brexit.
The European Union’s decision to suspend part of the Brexit agreement on Northern Ireland during the vaccine supply row was an “oversight”, the bloc’s ambassador to the UK has admitted.