Stormont should be restored to give Northern Ireland a first and deputy first minister’s voice at the Brexit negotiating table, the Irish premier has said.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has revealed there is a picture of the Queen in his office at Stormont House.
The Prime Minister has been accused of meeting concerns about the impact of a no-deal Brexit on Northern Ireland with “bluff and bluster”.
Boris Johnson was warned not be the DUP’s gopher as he faced claims of bias on his first visit to Northern Ireland as Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson needs to act before British industry is flushed down the drain, workers at an under-threat Belfast shipyard said.
The Irish Taoiseach is engaging in “project fear”-style rhetoric over a united Ireland after Brexit, the DUP leader said.
Boris Johnson has insisted a dinner with the DUP has not undermined his impartiality in efforts to restore Stormont powersharing.
Boris Johnson is to hold talks with Northern Ireland’s political leaders as he bids to inject fresh impetus to faltering efforts to restore powersharing.
Boris Johnson has dined with senior DUP figures in Northern Ireland as he aimed to secure an extension to the Westminster deal keeping his Government in power.
Boris Johnson has said devolution in Northern Ireland must be restored as soon as possible.
Sinn Fein’s vice president said her party won’t agree to a deal to restore the powersharing government unless it includes the extension of same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland.
The new Northern Ireland Secretary has hit back at comments by Ireland’s deputy premier after he accused Boris Johnson of setting the UK on a collision course with the European Union.
Ireland’s foreign affairs minister has accused Boris Johnson of making comments designed to set the UK on a collision course with the Republic and the European Union.
Northern Ireland’s new Secretary of State has held a series of separate meetings with the five main parties in Belfast.
The UK’s elections watchdog has expressed concern about a Government move to again delay calling an Assembly poll in Northern Ireland.
The DUP and Sinn Fein have clashed over the lack of progress in political talks to restore Northern Ireland’s powersharing government.
Boiler owners using the controversial RHI scheme in Northern Ireland have been handed a raw deal by a rushed Government bid to reduce costs, a Westminster inquiry has found.
Poultry producers are reaching a “tipping point” because of changes to RHI payments, the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) said.
Talks to restore devolved government in Northern Ireland should not be suspended for the summer, Michelle O’Neill said.
Mary-Lou McDonald has urged that a “real negotiation starts” as talks to agree the return of devolved government in Northern Ireland continue.
Donald Trump has expressed optimism for the future of Northern Ireland, despite the ongoing impasse between the leading parties.
A deal will have to be done this month to restore Northern Ireland’s powersharing institutions, SDLP leader Colum Eastwood has said.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has been criticised by the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) for showing “apparent contempt” by refusing to take their questions.
Trade unionists have called for the urgent restoration of devolved Government.
Talks to restore Stormont powersharing are set to enter an intensified phase of face-to-face negotiations between party leaders, the UK and Irish governments have indicated.
A priest’s plea at the funeral of murdered journalist Lyra McKee for politicians in Northern Ireland to work together must not be left on the shelf, the Dail has been told.
Voters across Ireland have shown their frustration at the lack of powersharing government at Stormont, Mary Lou McDonald has said.
Sinn Fein’s leader has accused the Government and DUP of prolonging Stormont’s powersharing crisis to allow an unreflective view of Northern Ireland to be presented in the Brexit debate.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has called on the British Government to end decision-making “limbo” in Northern Ireland after officials said they would not appeal against a court judgment seriously limiting their powers.
Mary Lou McDonald has urged the Orange Order to think again after it snubbed her offer of a meeting.