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SDLP Brexit Spokesperson Matthew O’Toole has said the DUP’s “foolhardy pursuit of a hard Brexit” is impacting young people’s futures.
Increases in university fees of almost 60 per cent are be considered by the Department for the Economy.
Former PM brands mooted UK policy ‘absurd’.
Opposition to the arrangements that have created trade barriers between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK was a factor behind rioting that flared in several loyalist areas across the region in April.
Dogmatic obsession means that Johnson won’t lift a finger to help Northern Ireland.
Unilateral extension over checks on chilled meats likely to be rejected by Brussels.
A Stormont department is paying compensation to building contractors because of the decision to stop work on permanent inspection facilities at Northern Ireland's ports, it has emerged.
Even the keenest Brexiteer must feel that the process has been tortuously long. / That has been, in large part, because successive British governments have refused to accept the trade-off between untrammelled sovereignty and friction-free access to the EU’s single market, a refusal that shapes today’s increasingly testy relationship.
DUP leader under fire for rejecting EU offer that would remove 80% of protocol checks.
AN SDLP Assembly member has criticised the questioning of new DUP leader Edwin Poots on yesterday's Andrew Marr Show.
The UK Brexit minister has been urged to take responsibility for making the deal he negotiated work, after he suggested the UK could take drastic action.
Molotov cocktails and barricades have returned to Northern Ireland. The conflict there is 4 centuries old. But Brexit is the new reason why the situation has reached the boiling point in what had been an era of peace.
SF MLA says changes to withdrawal deal would drive ‘coach and horses’ through Belfast Agreement.
Shockwaves felt both sides of Irish divide over plan to renege on withdrawal agreement.
Prime minister told to stick to agreement, to ‘protect peace and stability on the island and integrity of the single market’
Republican sentiment is rising over fears that Brexit will tank the economy, but Northern Ireland’s unionists won’t go quietly.
DUP MP Sammy Wilson has been urged to apologise for the consequences of his pro-Brexit position after he claimed the Port of Larne has been told to prepare to become a border control point.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has been told there is "significant opposition" to the United Kingdom Government's refusal to consider extending the timetable for talks.
Pro-Remain parties in Northern Ireland criticise ‘petty’ decision by UK government.
The Irish Government believes the office would be a reflection of the EU's 'ongoing support' for the peace process.
The SDLP has called for the UK Government to extend the Brexit transition period.
The Stormont assembly has joined the Scottish parliament and Welsh assembly in rejecting Boris Johnson's Brexit deal.