Theresa May has been accused of giving the DUP a £1bn "bung" in order to cling onto office.
Any deal between the Conservatives and DUP is a chance to remind everyone about how much Northern Ireland has changed, writes historian Lord Bew
Top DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson has issued a warning to Downing Street by insisting Ulster men and women are “no pushover”.
The shock snap election result that left Theresa May grappling with the DUP to prop up her Government opened up a major question: What will the Northern Irish unionists be demanding? DUP expert Andrew McQuillan explains the party's mindset, what it may be asking for, and how it risks overplaying its hand.
Almost half the public have a dim view of the DUP and would oppose any deal they strike with Theresa May to prop up her government, a new poll has shown.
Gerry Adams has said the Government is “in clear breach of the Good Friday Agreement” by trying to strike a deal at Westminster with the DUP.
Sinn Féin have warned Theresa May that a deal with the DUP could wreck hopes of power-sharing returning to Stormont.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to Theresa May to say the UK Government no longer has the mandate to take Britain out of the EU single market.
Former Prime Minister John Major has warned that the proposed Tory-DUP pact could wreck the Northern Ireland peace process.
Angry DUP MPs have hit out at the “bile, hate and venom” being directed at the party as it considers propping the Conservatives up as a minority government.
An SNP MP who lost his seat to Labour has criticised his party’s campaign for being “all over the shop”.
Ireland's prime minister, Enda Kenny, has spoken to Theresa May to express his "concern" that a pact between the Tories and the DUP could jeopardise the Good Friday Agreement.
Theresa May has agreed a deal with the DUP which will see her continue as Prime Minister.
Kerri Blyberg, political consultant at Dods Monitoring, reports on the Metro Mayor elections being held on May 4th.
Design Commission report calls on devolved governments, mayors and local authorities to step up in the wake of housing shortages, social cohesion and better living space planning.
After 16 years of ups and downs in Westminster, Andy Burnham could soon depart for a new challenge as mayor of Greater Manchester. He tells Kevin Schofield why he believes Parliament is unfit for purpose – and why only devolution can counterbalance the UK’s ‘in-built London bias’
Next week’s Northern Ireland Assembly election comes at a time of increasing polarisation over Brexit. Historian and crossbench peer Paul Bew looks ahead to the vote
The Skills Commission is today calling for devolution funding to be based on an area’s ambition and need, not just population or business size, to ensure devolved areas can fill the skills gap.
Labour’s mayoral candidate for Liverpool Steve Rotherham writes for PoliticsHome on his reflections of Donald Trump’s election and devolution.
With speculation that Theresa May is planning to row back on plans for Metro Mayors, Labour’s mayoral candidate for Liverpool Steve Rotheram warns against depriving the regions of their fair share of influence.
Local councillors have raised concerns over the Government's proposed 'Metro Mayor' model, writes Dods Monitoring's Tom Southern.
The Welsh Affairs Committee’s report ‘The Future of Nuclear Power in Wales’ shows how the Welsh economy will benefit from new nuclear power in Wales, and has been welcomed today by the trade body for the nuclear industry, the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA).
A barrister giving evidence to the National Assembly’s CLA Committee gave a “D minus” to the current Wales Bill. Welsh Assembly Committee Chair, the former Labour MP and Minister Huw Irranca-Davies AM explains why.
The Institution of Civil Engineers recommends in its report, State of the Nation: Devolution, published today, that devolution settlements should include flexible but prudential approaches to attracting investment for infrastructure.