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Northern Secretary Brandon Lewis with Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney at the Department of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Reports that the UK government plans to introduce a statute of limitations to prevent the prosecution of soldiers accused of committing crimes during (...)

There are no plans to remove the one-metre plus social distancing rule in Northern Ireland, the deputy First Minister has said. File photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

There are no plans to remove the one-metre plus social distancing rule in Northern Ireland, the deputy First Minister has said. Earlier this week, UK(...)

Edwin Poots, tipped to succeed Arlene Foster as DUP leader, speaks to the media in the grounds of Stormont Castle, Belfast, in 2017. Photograph: Paul McErlane/EPA

Anniversaries tell us far more about the present than the past. So it has already proven in the North, where the controversy over how to mark 10(...)

Assailed by fundamentalist Protestantism as well as those angered at the outworking of a Brexit they supported, Arlene Foster’s position became impossible some time ago. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

The resignation of DUP leader Arlene Foster, yet another unionist leader forced out by hardliners, points up Northern Ireland’s political instability.(...)

Arlene Foster announced her resignation as DUP leader and First Minister of Northern Ireland yesterday. I photograph: PA

Is the coup within the Democratic Unionist Party that has brought down Arlene Foster a lurch by the party to the right? She survived the collapse of(...)

Mark Devenport interviewing Jack Gray at Rostrevor. Photograph: BBC Spotlight

The sight of Protestant and Catholic teenagers attacking the PSNI close to the Belfast peace line brought back memories of decades past. But which dec(...)

People wearing face masks on Dublin’s Grafton Street during the Covid-19  pandemic. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A further 12 deaths and 431 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported by the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) on Wednesday. Of the deaths(...)

Office buildings in London’s Docklands which were devastated in an IRA bomb blast in 1996. Photograph: David Giles/PA Wire

Victims of Libyan sponsored IRA attacks have compiled a dossier on the case for compensation after the UK government refused to publish its own report(...)

Parliament Buildings, Stormont. Photograph: iStock

Stormont Ministers have committed to pay for a pension scheme for victims of the North’s Troubles, ending a long-running dispute over whether funding (...)

In  Northern  Ireland’s hospitals 84 people are receiving treatment for Covid-19, with eight in intensive care. File photograph: PA

A further, significant easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Northern Ireland is expected to be agreed by ministers on Thursday. It comes after all pupi(...)

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