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Academics hold up Brexit as an example of the dangers of voting on an abstract concept.
SF MLA says changes to withdrawal deal would drive ‘coach and horses’ through Belfast Agreement.
The party president accused Boris Johnson of being willing to break the Good Friday Agreement in pursuit of his Brexit goals
Shockwaves felt both sides of Irish divide over plan to renege on withdrawal agreement.
HELENSBURGH, Scotland (Reuters) - James Henderson has spent most of his life fiercely opposed to Scottish independence. Now, reluctantly he is backing it.
Republican sentiment is rising over fears that Brexit will tank the economy, but Northern Ireland’s unionists won’t go quietly.
DUP MP questions Boris Johnson’s plans after producing letter about preparations.
Brexit is a “game-changer” that could trigger a referendum on Irish unification within three years, the leader of the nationalist Sinn Finn party said Saturday.
Former Sinn Féin president issues plea to backers to drum up support for poll in US.
Assembly hears of plans for customs posts at NI ports, setting the cat among the pigeons.
EU-UK deal means border posts to be created at Northern Ireland ports, says SF Minister.
Ministers’ letter confirms border control posts at ports of Belfast, Warrenpoint and Larne.
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 political reality is that the United Kingdom is on a shoogly peg - and Brexit may be catalyst which breaks up the country.
Ministers ‘must not be allowed to sidestep their responsibilities,’ says Sinn Fein MP.
World View: Lessons to be learned through the experience of defeated Remainers
EU CHIEF Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier is to meet Sinn Féin and DUP representatives today as the countdown begins to the UK leaving the European Union on Friday.
The Stormont assembly has joined the Scottish parliament and Welsh assembly in rejecting Boris Johnson's Brexit deal.
The SNP is on the rise once again in Scotland and nationalist parties in Northern Ireland outnumber unionists for the first time in history.
Republican and pro-remain parties in Northern Ireland announced an electoral pact of sorts on Monday morning that will probably end up costing the DUP seats.
SDLP also promises to give other remain parties clear run against DUP in general election.
Ireland will be united “within a generation” as Brexit speeds up calls for a border poll, the vice-president of Sinn Fein said today.
Glimmers of a potential Brexit deal have sparked dissent among Boris Johnson's allies, as the EU signals it may be open to another extension.