The message from some Brexiteers is that Mrs May shouldn’t assume their support in all circumstances. They have the numbers to bring down the government, the argument runs, and they would do just that if they thought Brexit was being watered down beyond recognition.
John Hume serves as an inspiration ‘that public service does matter’ – Irish PM Micheál Martin
This morning we spoke exclusively to the newly appointed Irish Prime Minister, Taoiseach, Micheál Martin.
Nobel Peace Prize winner John Hume laid to rest in Derry
Today in Londonderry, the people of his home city laid John Hume to rest.
Access all areas to one Northern Ireland hospital changing how it treats all patients
The second of our special reports from Craigavon Area Hospital in County Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland funeral traditions threatened by coronavirus
In Northern Ireland, funeral traditions are tightly woven into the fabric of society.
FactCheck: Johnson contradicts own cabinet on Northern Ireland trade
The PM said ‘There will be no forms, no checks, no barriers of any kind.’
How a no-deal Brexit could affect Northern Ireland’s food industry
Hundreds of millions of litres of milk cross from Northern Ireland into the Republic each year.
NI political leaders begin powersharing talks after 841 days without government
Talks have resumed at Stormont today between the main political parties in Northern Ireland in an attempt to restore a powersharing government. The first fully-fledged discussions since negotiations collapsed in February last year come in the wake of the murder last month of 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee.
Two teenagers arrested over killing of journalist Lyra McKee
Two teenagers have been detained under anti-terror laws in connection with the death of the journalist Lyra McKee, who was shot in the head during disturbances on Thursday night in Londonderry.
Botched IRA warning contributed to Birmingham pub bombings deaths, inquest concludes
Relatives of the victims of the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings have called for those responsible to be prosecuted after an inquest jury found that botched warnings contributed to the deaths of 21 people.
Bloody Sunday soldier faces murder charges
It’s nearly half a century since one of the darkest days in Northern Ireland’s Troubles.
DUP’s Sammy Wilson: “Our main focus is to make sure that this deal does not go through”
We began by asking him if Philip Hammond was right to be optimistic that the DUP would support the deal.
Women appear to take abortion pills outside Northern Ireland courts
There were chaotic scenes in Belfast as campaigners defied strict anti-abortion laws by taking what they said were abortion pills outside Northern Ireland’s main court buildings. The recent vote in Ireland to change the constitution to allow abortions, has increased pressure for change in Northern Ireland, where women are unable to have a termination locally…
Northern Ireland facing pressure to reform after referendum
Theresa May has congratulated Irish voters on their decision to liberalise abortion laws – but she’s now under pressure to reform Northern Ireland’s strict laws too, with MPs across the political spectrum calling for the “anomaly” to be resolved.
EU’s chief Brexit negotiator accused of being ‘aggressive’ over Irish border issue
Speaking at an event in Dundalk, Michel Barnier said the UK must soften its red lines if there was any chance of breaking an impasse on the Irish border issue. And he denied accusations from unionists that he wasn’t an “honest broker”. Matt Frei reports from Dundalk.