Irish premier Leo Varadkar says he will try to get a deal on Brexit when he meets Boris Johnson in New York next week.
The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has said she wants a “sensible” Brexit deal that works for people in Northern Ireland and in the Republic.
Sinn Fein has said the British Government needs to “get real” with the DUP after meeting Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith.
Boris Johnson’s DUP allies have welcomed his move to suspend Parliament, with party leader Arlene Foster insisting he is “well within his rights”.
Boris Johnson’s DUP allies have welcomed his decision to suspend Parliament.
Three DUP MLAs have been fined after failing to declare a donation within the set timeframe.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said everyone in Ireland and the UK should be afraid of a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson was warned not be the DUP’s gopher as he faced claims of bias on his first visit to Northern Ireland as Prime Minister.
The Irish Taoiseach is engaging in “project fear”-style rhetoric over a united Ireland after Brexit, the DUP leader said.
Boris Johnson has insisted a dinner with the DUP has not undermined his impartiality in efforts to restore Stormont powersharing.
Boris Johnson is to hold talks with Northern Ireland’s political leaders as he bids to inject fresh impetus to faltering efforts to restore powersharing.
Boris Johnson has dined with senior DUP figures in Northern Ireland as he aimed to secure an extension to the Westminster deal keeping his Government in power.
Sinn Fein’s vice president said her party won’t agree to a deal to restore the powersharing government unless it includes the extension of same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland.
Ireland’s foreign affairs minister has accused Boris Johnson of making comments designed to set the UK on a collision course with the Republic and the European Union.
Northern Ireland’s new Secretary of State has held a series of separate meetings with the five main parties in Belfast.
Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin has said it is “scandalous” that powersharing in Northern Ireland is not up and running as Brexit looms.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has said it is “very important” Britain leaves the European Union by October 31, but she refused to back either candidate to become the next prime minister.
As a business group established by the Government to examine alternatives to the Brexit backstop meets for the first time, here are some of the reasons why the contentious mechanism has proved such an obstacle.
Northern Ireland-born comedian Patrick Kielty has claimed that a hard Brexit will guarantee a border poll.
A scheme designed to ease congestion on Belfast's motorways is to get the go-ahead as part of the DUP's deal with the Tories.