A lack of border checks in the Irish government’s emergency Brexit plans proves warnings about the frontier are just careless rhetoric, the DUP has claimed.
Arlene Foster has warned Sinn Fein that the restoration of devolution is “no game”.
The Democratic Unionist Party is to hold Brexit talks with Theresa May in Belfast on Wednesday.
Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald has said that the unionist community needs to be a part of planning for a united Ireland.
Arlene Foster has challenged the European Union to ditch the backstop.
DUP Westminster leader Nigel Dodds has claimed the EU’s chief negotiator has “blown a hole” in the concept of the Irish backstop.
A university professor has accused the Democratic Unionist Party of “running around Europe” attempting to self-harm Northern Ireland.
Over a hundred people turned out in Londonderry on Friday for a rally for peace after days of security alerts linked to paramilitary groups.
The DUP has welcomed the Prime Minister’s decision to rule out extending Article 50.
Ireland’s European Affairs Minister has ruled out bilateral talks on Brexit with the DUP and any other political party in the UK.
Arlene Foster has said she had a “useful discussion” with Theresa May and confirmed the party will support the Prime Minister in Wednesday’s confidence vote.
Arlene Foster has urged the Prime Minister to go back to Europe and seek a better deal.
Parliament has acted in the best interests of the entire United Kingdom by rejecting Theresa May’s withdrawal deal, the Democratic Unionist leader has claimed.
The DUP has demanded an explanation from the Prime Minister after she warned that a no-deal Brexit could spark “changes to everyday life in Northern Ireland” that jeopardised the union.
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.
The Democratic Unionists have rejected fresh Government assurances on the Irish border backstop as “cosmetic and meaningless”.
The Good Friday peace agreement could become unsalvageable, Sinn Fein has said.
Parents are buying about £60 worth of supplies per school child every month to plug an education funding gap following the collapse of Stormont powersharing, a principal said.
The Democratic Unionist Party has stepped up its opposition to the “toxic” Brexit deal.