The senior civil servant running Northern Ireland’s public services since Stormont collapsed has expressed his deep concern for the region if there is no Brexit deal.
The Government must “move beyond a sticking plaster approach” to the collapse in powersharing in Northern Ireland, MPs have warned.
Television and media productions made in the United Kingdom will still be classed as “European” after Brexit.
Even a “paltry and insulting” proposed pay rise for officers in Northern Ireland cannot be agreed because of the Stormont impasse, the Police Federation said.
A man thrown from a British military helicopter during the Troubles has warned that a failure to declare his treatment as torture has given a legal all-clear for brutal interrogation tactics around the world.
Brexiteer proposals to resolve the Irish border issue are “boring” and “nothing new” but offer a commons-sense solution to the problem, according to backers.
Michael O’Neill has warned his Northern Ireland players he will need them at their sharpest to cope with a tough double-header away to Austria and Bosnia & Herzegovina next month.
Conservative hard Brexiteers have released proposals which they believe could allow the UK to leave the EU’s single market and customs union without the need for a hard border in Ireland.
Gavin Whyte revealed his mother would have to wait to discover he had scored with his first touch in international football as she missed Northern Ireland’s 3-0 win over Israel to fly out on holiday.
Gavin Whyte needed less than two minutes of his Northern Ireland debut to find the net as Michael O’Neill’s side enjoyed a 3-0 win over Israel in a friendly at Windsor Park.
A former DUP special adviser involved in a botched green energy scheme has said Stormont politics was a grubby world.
The chair of a public inquiry has said the DUP was run in an “unpleasant” way.
Jonny Evans is optimistic about Northern Ireland’s future thanks to the young players who have begun to break through.
Michael O’Neill has emphasised the importance of putting a win on the board when Northern Ireland face Israel in a friendly on Tuesday.
Northern Ireland’s top police officer has accused the British government of failing to understand the impact of Brexit and the dangers of terrorism in the region.
Craig Cathcart accepted the blame for the calamitous second goal which sank Northern Ireland in a 2-1 UEFA Nations League loss to Bosnia and Herzegovina at Windsor Park.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill called Saturday’s defeat to Bosnia and Herzegovina “a sore one” after watching his side dominate the match and still lose 2-1.
Northern Ireland’s Nations League campaign got off to a frustrating start as they lost 2-1 to Bosnia and Herzegovina despite dominating the match.
The Irish government has said Karen Bradley is a smart and experienced politician after she admitted she initially did not understand Northern Ireland politics when she took on her Cabinet brief.
Michael O’Neill has embraced the expectations placed on his Northern Ireland squad ahead of their UEFA Nations League opener against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Saturday.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has slapped down Brexit backers including Boris Johnson who claim the border issue is being used as an excuse for the lack of progress in EU withdrawal talks.
The Government’s consultation on addressing the legacy of past violence in Northern Ireland has been extended by three weeks.
Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU) could trigger Scots to vote for independence and also bring about a united Ireland, new polling has suggested.
Police have launched an investigation into allegations of mistreatment at a Dunmurry care home.
Police have asked people in Northern Ireland whether they would support commanders charging for more services.
Sinn Fein has called for the creation of a EU constituency for Northern Ireland post-Brexit.
A grieving mother made a heartfelt plea for Stormont’s politicians to get back to work as she told a protest rally how her dying daughter was forced to spend 24 hours in an overwhelmed A&E ward.
Northern Ireland’s two largest parties once again blamed each other for Stormont’s powersharing impasse as the region passed an unwelcome milestone for non-governance.
The Government has acknowledged the deep frustration of the public in Northern Ireland as the region reached an unwanted milestone for non-governance.
Families awaiting social housing in Northern Ireland will be able to move in a year earlier following a major shake-up in house-building methods.