Anti-Brexit MPs are guilty of greatest act of treachery in our history
Those rogue elements in the House of Commons, who appear...
Those rogue elements in the House of Commons, who appear...
Poland's Foreign Minister was lined up to give Theresa May a boost before she presented her non-...
After a week of political fireworks at Westminster, yesterday's statement by the Prime...
A no-deal Brexit could leave Northern Ireland's economy almost £5bn less productive by...
The first cracks in the EU’s solidarity with Ireland on Brexit...
We take a look at the options facing the Prime Minister after she presents her...
It is "obvious" there will be a hard border in Ireland if the United Kingdom leaves the EU without a Brexit deal, the European Commission's chief spokesman has claimed.
Those rogue elements in the House of Commons, who appear to be doing their utmost to prevent Brexit from ever happening, will, if successful in their tawdry efforts, be guilty of one of the greatest parliamentary betrayals of all time.
Only 60 lorry drivers from Northern Ireland will be able to cross the border to the Republic in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to a leading trade association figure.
The strategic opportunity to end Irish partition that Brexit has presented must be seized, Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neill has said.
Downing Street has dismissed reports that Theresa May is considering rewriting the Good Friday Agreement or seeking a separate deal with Dublin in order to break the Brexit deadlock over the so-called backstop.
Poland's Foreign Minister was lined up to give Theresa May a boost before she presented her non-existent 'Plan B' for Brexit, Irish officials believe.
After a week of political fireworks at Westminster, yesterday's statement by the Prime Minister to the House of Commons was very much a damp squib.
A no-deal Brexit could leave Northern Ireland's economy almost £5bn less productive by 2034, according to a CBI study published today.
Prime Minister Theresa May has told MPs that she never considered amending the Good Friday Agreement, while promising further talks with the DUP over the Irish border backstop.
The first cracks in the EU’s solidarity with Ireland on Brexit have emerged after Poland suggested the ‘backstop’ could have a five-year limit.
Only 60 lorry drivers from Northern Ireland will be able to cross the border in the Republic in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to a leading trade association figure.
We take a look at the options facing the Prime Minister after she presents her alternative proposals to Parliament.
Downing Street has moved quickly to deny claims Prime Minister Theresa May is considering changing the Good Friday Agreement in an attempt to find a Brexit solution.
A revered and popular MP last week, apropos the Prime Minister, said: "She's still going back to the DUP trying to satisfy their unbelievably silly points on the Irish backstop."
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage is reported to be considering a return to frontline politics.
Prime Minister Theresa May is considering amending the Good Friday Agreement in order to get her withdrawal agreement through Parliament, according to reports.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused ministers of wasting £171,000 an hour of taxpayers' money in "unnecessary" preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
The professor dad of actor Jamie Dornan has hit out at the DUP over their political strategy.
Unionists and nationalists are deeply divided on whether there should be a second Brexit referendum.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has reacted angrily to claims her party would be open to a softer Brexit deal if the whole of the UK remained in the Customs Union.
Sinn Fein deputy leader Michelle O'Neill has told the Secretary of State the Government is still not listening to the fears of Northern Irish people over the Brexit "pantomime".
The Shadow Secretary of State has said Theresa May will be playing "fast and loose" with the peace process if she doesn't take a no-deal Brexit off the table.
The DUP will be continuing talks with the Government over coming days as the party yesterday said the Prime Minister was "in listening mode" after it met her in Downing Street.
Government plans to put troops back on the streets of the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit demonstrate the chaos of the Prime Minister's Brexit strategy and are an admission of the harm the UK crashing out of the EU does, Sinn Fein MP Chris Hazzard has said.
The DUP has said there is a way forward for the Prime Minister to solve the Brexit conundrum and that's to deal with the backstop in a "meaningful and satisfactory way".
Tory grandee - and the most senior member of the House of Commons Ken Clarke - has been told to reflect on his words after he accused the Prime Minister of pandering to "the sectarian Protestant" DUP.
Former Chancellor Ken Clarke has launched a scathing attack on the DUP for their role in Brexit.
MPs will debate and vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's new Brexit plan on January 29.
Theresa May and senior Cabinet ministers are meeting representatives of other parties in a bid to find consensus to break the parliamentary deadlock over Brexit.
Drivers from Northern Ireland may need a special "green card" when travelling to the Republic, insurers have warned.
The head of the CBI in Northern Ireland has said politicians can "make history as leaders" by reaching consensus on a new plan for leaving the EU.
During much of the 20th century, the two dominant political parties in Great Britain were the Conservative Party and the Labour Party. It seemed, to many people, that this would always be the case, with two fairly cohesive and stable parties, but all that has changed and we are now in uncharted waters.
Northern Irish train drivers who work on cross-border services may need a licence allowing them to operate in the Republic in the event of a hard Brexit, a railways chief warned last night.
Yesterday evening, Nigel and I met with the Prime Minister in Westminster. We reassured her that the DUP will act in the best interests of the United Kingdom. The promotion and protection of the Union is at our core.
When the DUP fought the 2017 Westminster election, it could not in its wildest dreams have hoped to be in the staggeringly powerful position it currently occupies.
The DUP has pledged to work "to deliver Brexit" as the votes of the party's 10 MPs were key in defeating a Labour motion of no confidence in the government last night.
Plans are being hatched to delay Brexit until 2020 to give the UK more time to find an orderly route out of the European Union.
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood has asked Theresa May to promise the people of Northern Ireland that the backstop will not be binned.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has described her meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May on the Government's Brexit deal as "a useful discussion".
The Ulster Farmers' Union (UFU) has repeated its warning that a no-deal Brexit must be avoided because it would be catastrophic for agriculture.
The DUP's Sammy Wilson says that the only hard border on the island of Ireland was due to the "actions of Republicans".
The Taoiseach has said Ireland’s plans for a no-deal Brexit are being implemented but reaffirmed there are no plans for border checks.
The Prime Minster has said surviving a no confidence motion in Parliament allows her to work to deliver Brexit and called on MPs to "put self interest aside" and "work constructively together".
MPs rejected Labour’s motion of no confidence in Theresa May’s Government by 325 votes to 306 - a majority 19 - with the DUP highlighting just how crucial their votes were to the Prime Minister.
The DUP said it is backing the Government in Wednesday night's no confidence motion saying Prime Minister Theresa May must be given time to come up with a better withdrawal agreement but "lessons will need to be learned".
Sinn Fein vice president Michelle O'Neill has said that the DUP "live in a fairytale world" over Brexit.
The head of Northern Ireland's health service has warned that medicine availability will be an issue in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May has won a vote of no confidence despite suffering a massive parliamentary defeat over her controversial EU Withdrawal Agreement.
Tanaiste Simon Coveney has admitted that there could be a need for checks on goods crossing from the UK to the Republic of Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The fact that one of the most underwhelming Prime Ministers in British history has just entered the record books sums up the extraordinary nature of our political times.
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