Northern Ireland’s police chief has accused loyalist paramilitaries of using women and children as human shields to frustrate efforts to demolish a contentious bonfire.
Northern Ireland’s police chief has warned that a hard Brexit will have a “detrimental” impact on the peace process.
A murdered father-of-four had expressed fears that he was being set up prior to entering a flat where police believe he was killed, a court has heard.
A man has been charged with the murder of a father of four whose body was found in a Co Down lake.
Potential Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to end “unfair” prosecutions of veterans who served in Northern Ireland.
Councillors in Belfast have agreed not to remove a loyalist bonfire at a leisure centre in the east of the city.
Huge bonfires will burn in loyalist areas across Northern Ireland late on Thursday night to usher in the main date in the Protestant loyal order parading season – the Twelfth of July.
Those behind a loyalist bonfire at an east Belfast leisure centre have been formally asked to leave the site.
At least 40,000 jobs in Northern Ireland could be at risk in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a report has said.
Same-sex marriage campaigners have toasted a landmark milestone in their efforts to secure a law change in Northern Ireland.
MPs have voted to force the Government to liberalise access to abortion and allow same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland if devolution is not restored.
Belfast councillors have reaffirmed a decision to intervene to remove a contentious loyalist bonfire built in a leisure centre park.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has been accused of trying to “silence” road hauliers from raising concerns about a no-deal Brexit.
Cabinet Officer Minister David Lidington has declined to rule out a statute of limitations for veterans who served in Northern Ireland.
A clear majority of respondents to a Government consultation on plans to deal with the legacy of the Troubles has opposed an amnesty for veterans.
Northern Ireland’s chief constable has been ordered to conduct an independent probe into alleged state collusion with a notorious loyalist murder gang.
Parliament will step in to change Northern Ireland’s strict law on abortion if a court rules it is incompatible with individual human rights, Women and Equalities Minister Penny Mordaunt has said.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has refused to be drawn on speculation around her own future as she insisted she remained focused on talks to restore powersharing.
Temperatures will cool down on Sunday after Britain basked in the hottest day of the year so far.
Measures to avoid a hard border with Ireland could be ready within three years, according to an independent commission chaired by senior Tories.