Arlene Foster has urged the Prime Minister to go back to Europe and seek a better deal.
The DUP has refused to give ground on its border backstop opposition during a “robust and very frank” meeting with Ireland’s deputy premier.
Ireland’s deputy premier has denied meddling in UK politics, insisting he has an obligation to challenge those “misrepresenting” what the Brexit deal contains.
Arlene Foster has warned the Prime Minister not to roll over in the face of EU intransigence.
A former DUP minister who broke ranks to accuse party figures of wrongdoing over Stormont’s botched green energy scheme has been demonised for telling the truth, his lawyer has claimed.
Arlene Foster has warned Theresa May that tinkering around the edges of the withdrawal deal will not be enough to win her support.
The backstop must be removed from the Withdrawal Agreement, Arlene Foster has insisted.
A former DUP Stormont minister secretly recorded a “personal and private” conversation with senior party colleagues about a botched green energy scheme, written evidence has revealed.
The Government is to set out its analysis of the economic impact of Brexit as Theresa May battles to save her deal for leaving the European Union.
The Prime Minister has rejected claims by Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster that she has “given up” on getting a better Brexit deal.
Arlene Foster has admitted that the DUP’s handling of a botched green energy scheme had “hurt and offended” voters and members of the public.
A government minister from Gibraltar has told the DUP conference that the British territory “will not fold” in the face of Spain’s Brexit demands.
The draft Brexit deal presents a “false choice” as a legal backstop is not needed to maintain a free flowing Irish border, Arlene Foster has insisted.
Theresa May was fighting to get senior ministers on board with her Brexit plans as a Cabinet meeting to approve a draft withdrawal agreement dragged on well beyond its expected time.
As Theresa May chaired an emergency Brexit Cabinet in Downing Street, fresh signs emerged of unease among her own MPs about the draft agreement reached by UK and EU negotiators in Brussels.
Theresa May has urged Cabinet ministers to act in the national interest and support a Brexit deal which takes the UK “significantly closer” to delivering the result of the referendum.
Theresa May is facing a crunch showdown with Brexit-backing ministers as she seeks to persuade her Cabinet to back a draft deal on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The Democratic Unionist Party has warned Theresa May it will oppose any Brexit agreement that “weakens the Union” between Britain and Northern Ireland.
Arlene Foster has urged the Prime Minister to reflect on her Brexit stance as she warned that the DUP will oppose her current proposals if they go to a parliamentary vote.
Agreement on a Brexit deal with Brussels will create a “new dynamic” in Parliament which would help secure support for Theresa May’s plans, a key ally of the Prime Minister has claimed.