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Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced calls to bring the parties together for talks after a bus was hijacked and torched in Belfast.
The Stormont Assembly is set to be recalled for an emergency debate following days of violence and disorder in parts of Northern Ireland.
Party leadership urges Boris Johnson to trigger Article 16.
UUP MLA Doug Beattie was the sole unionist representative in attendance.
Hauliers in Northern Ireland have raised concerns about the competence of newly-trained customs agents offering advice to businesses.
Stormont's agriculture minister has hit back at a claim by the NI secretary that trade disruption across the Irish Sea is due to Covid-19 and not Brexit.
The Stormont minister whose officials are responsible for the new Irish Sea border has said some food will be unavailable if changes are not made.
NI executive relies on power-sharing between parties.
Scottish and Northern Irish parliaments condemn deal in symbolic votes as Westminster backs it
Senedd members have rejected a post-Brexit law on trade in the UK after claims it would "neuter" devolution.
The EU's chief negotiator has told MEPs that negotiations on a post-Brexit deal could continue until Wednesday but no further.
The legislation begins its passage through the House of Lords on Monday and is likely to be heavily amended.
UK PM Boris Johnson had been wildly happy about his new EU exit deal; then he introduced a law undermining both it, and the last round of trade negotiations. Speaking with two former permanent secretaries of the UK’s EU exit department, Matt Ross asks whether Johnson is applying firm leverage – or deliberately sabotaging the trade talks.
Average supermarket truck ‘will need 400 certifications’ to enter from British mainland.
SF MLA says changes to withdrawal deal would drive ‘coach and horses’ through Belfast Agreement.
A letter from the UK government to Stormont's Agriculture Department instructs it to start work on check-points at NI's sea ports without delay.
Shockwaves felt both sides of Irish divide over plan to renege on withdrawal agreement.
The flow of certain food products into Northern Ireland could be halted if expanded Irish Sea check points are not ready for the end of the Brexit transition period, MLAs have been warned.
On 7 October last year, there was a defining phone call between Boris Johnson and Angel Merkel.
'The NI Assembly’s vote is a clear indication that Boris Johnson must rethink and do the right thing for those across the UK'
The UK government has told Stormont officials that post-Brexit custom checks will now be imposed in ports across the region.
Ministers’ letter confirms border control posts at ports of Belfast, Warrenpoint and Larne.
Junior minister reveals UK officials have confirmed ‘physical posts at ports of entry’ for Northern Ireland.