Northern Ireland’s two main parties have suffered General Election setbacks as some voters urged them to return to devolved powersharing.
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has lost his seat in a disastrous election for his party.
The DUP and Sinn Fein candidates expected to be involved in a close race for North Belfast have both expressed confidence days ahead of the vote.
Unionists in Northern Ireland are united in opposition to Boris Johnson’s proposed Brexit deal, the DUP’s Westminster leader said.
Sinn Fein’s president has declined to condemn the IRA’s attempted murder of DUP leader Arlene Foster’s late father.
Arlene Foster has challenged Sinn Fein to condemn IRA murder bids against both her late father and the DUP’s deputy leader.
A total of 102 candidates will contest 18 constituencies across Northern Ireland at this year’s General Election.
The SDLP has announced it will not stand in three constituencies in Northern Ireland in a bid to facilitate pro-Remain candidates.
The Ulster Unionist Party will step aside in North Belfast to allow Democratic Unionist deputy leader Nigel Dodds a clear run, it has been announced.
Brexit’s impact on the Union is the sole prism through which the DUP will judge any deal to leave the EU, Nigel Dodds has insisted.