The Secretary of State is emotionally blackmailing survivors of abuse in Northern Ireland, a campaigner has claimed.
The leaders of Northern Ireland’s parties have united to demand that Karen Bradley moves to release compensation for abuse victims.
Karen Bradley has pledged to legislate to compensate abuse victims in Northern Ireland but only once fundamental questions about the redress scheme are answered.
Abuse victims in Northern Ireland have demanded Karen Bradley’s resignation after she again deferred action on a stalled compensation scheme.
Serious flaws in the Northern Ireland Office’s process for appointing Probation Board members have been criticised by an independent watchdog.
Northern Ireland’s political leaders have vowed to strive for a deal to restore powersharing as a fresh talks process began at Stormont.
Historic abuse victims in Northern Ireland have accused the Government of ignoring its moral duty after a legal bid to secure stalled compensation payouts failed.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley’s ongoing failure to compensate victims of historical abuse in the absence of a Stormont executive is not unlawful, a High Court judge in Belfast has ruled.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley does not have a “deep appreciation” of Irish politics, the leader of Sinn Fein has claimed.
A fresh talks process aimed at resurrecting Stormont is set to be convened in the early summer, the Northern Ireland Secretary has said.
The Government will make no further efforts to restore Stormont powersharing until after May’s council elections, Sinn Fein has said.
Security forces veterans convicted of Troubles-related crimes in Northern Ireland are eligible to apply for early release, the Northern Ireland Secretary has indicated.
The sister of a man shot dead by the Army has urged the Northern Ireland Secretary to resign.
Families bereaved by security force violence have met Karen Bradley to express concern about her controversial comments on state killings.
Families bereaved in shootings involving the British Army in Belfast in 1971 have rejected Karen Bradley’s invitation to meet.
Karen Bradley has pledged to rebuild the trust of victims hurt by her comments on state killings in Northern Ireland.
Families bereaved in shootings involving the British Army in Belfast almost 50 years ago have branded Karen Bradley’s apology too little, too late.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has to account for her own words, the country’s chief constable said.
The Irish premier has said Karen Bradley’s comments over deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were insensitive and wrong.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has said she is “profoundly sorry” for the “offence and hurt” caused after she suggested deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were not crimes.