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A senior DUP MP has said he would advise party colleagues to oppose the new Brexit deal on Northern Ireland trade if further movement is not secured.
The North is facing another toxic, polarising and futile Assembly election.
The UK government’s imminent publication of legislation to override the Brexit deal it negotiated for Northern Ireland won’t be enough to restore power-sharing in the region, a senior Democratic Unionist Party MP said.
The signing of the Belfast Agreement in 1998 brought an end to decades of extreme political violence in Northern Ireland. But more than 20 years later, the peace process still faces threats and both loyalist and republican paramilitary groups continue to operate.
Ireland’s European commissioner criticises decision by DUP minister affecting food and animal imports.
Businesses say bloc has listened and gone ‘beyond expectations’, increasing their hopes of a deal.
‘It is arguably your political incompetence that got you here,’ Newsnight presenter suggests.
Ex-Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Sir John Major have urged MPs to reject the "shameful" attempt to override parts of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said the UK government is behaving in an "extraordinary way" over Brexit.
Shockwaves felt both sides of Irish divide over plan to renege on withdrawal agreement.
DUP MP questions Boris Johnson’s plans after producing letter about preparations.
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.
Firms in Northern Ireland will have to submit declaration forms for goods heading to the rest of the UK, under the government's Brexit deal.
Brexit Secretary admits businesses will need to fill out export declaration forms.
'Just to be clear, exit summary declarations will be required in terms of NI to GB'
Brexit is on course for a lengthy delay after MPs rejected Theresa May's EU Withdrawal Agreement by a margin of 58 votes.
SAMMY Wilson has suggested the DUP would prefer to delay Brexit for a year rather than accept Theresa May's "toxic deal".
DUP's Brexit spokesperson Sammy Wilson has said there is no point in his party agreeing to something that is not deliverable.
Protesters have gathered outside the Irish parliament to call on public representatives to sign a declaration to protect the backstop.
The DUP's Sammy Willson was attacked by SNP and Green MPs over the comment.