Former Sinn Féin Assembly committee chairman Daithi McKay who resigned from the party following allegations that he communicated with blogger Jamie Bryson before he made claims about Nama’s Project Eagle  property deal. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Northern Ireland property developer Paddy Kearney is to “vigorously pursue” a case for damages against former Sinn Féin Assembly member Daithi McKay, (...)

Micheál Martin said the rights of EU citizens in the North must be protected after the UK leaves by granting a special status for the North. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has unleashed a scathing attack on the British government and demanded that the EU recognises a special status for (...)

US national Jason Kirkpatrick, who is among those  deceived by Mr Kennedy,  has filed a case with Belfast High Court

Northern Ireland should be included in a UK-wide inquiry into controversial undercover policing operations by British detectives, a High Court action (...)

Precious Life campaigner Bernadette Smyth (centre) was cleared on appeal last year of harassing former Marie Stopes clinic director Dawn Purvis. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

An anti-abortion campaigner involved in protests outside a clinic in Belfast was unlawfully issued with harassment warning notices, a court has heard.(...)

Victims’ rights campaigner Raymond McCord, who is challenging the constitutional authority of the British government to take Northern Ireland out of the European Union . File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Executing Brexit would be an “act of profound legal and constitutional as well as political significance” for Northern Ireland, Belfast High Court was(...)

Campaigners from a group called Border Communities Against Brexit outside Belfast’s High Court where a legal challenge to Brexit is taking place. Photograph: Michael McHugh/PA Wire

The British prime minister Theresa May acted legally and democratically in announcing that she will take the United Kingdom out of the European Union,(...)

Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

At Stormont yesterday, First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness continued to take opposing positions on how Brexit sh(...)

Following their meeting with British prime minister Theresa May at Stormont in July, Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness  gave separate, edgy press conferences which highlighted their diametrically opposing positions on Brexit. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty

The senior Northern Ireland civil servant, a veteran of the peace process and a plurality of crises over recent decades, shook his head as Arlene Fos(...)

The KPMG offices in Belfast: Four former partners at the firm are challenging the legality of warrants issued to HM Revenue and Customs to search their homes and business premises. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Warrants to search the homes and offices of four former partners at Belfast accountancy firm KPMG were unlawfully and unreasonably obtained, the Belfa(...)

No one has ever been criminally convicted of the Omagh bomb, which inflicted the most bloodshed of an single atrocity during the  Troubles. Photograph: Frank MillerThe Irish Times

A bid by two republicans to overturn a landmark civil ruling that found them responsible for the Omagh bomb has been rejected by the European Court o(...)

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