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Boris Johnson has hailed a "momentous day" in Northern Ireland as the Stormont power-sharing executive got up and running again after three years of political deadlock.
After three years, and one attempted deal abandoned at a minute to midnight, Northern Ireland now has a devolved government.
Power-sharing has returned to Northern Ireland for the first time in three years after Sinn Fein said will support a deal to restore devolution in the province.
Labour leadership hopeful Clive Lewis has warned the party it must "modernise or die" in the wake of its devastating election defeat.
The power-sharing executive at Stormont could finally be restored after a new draft deal was published by the Irish and UK governments.
The DUP's retreat at the general election should hasten the demise of party leader Arlene Foster, writes Andrew McQuillan.
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has lost his Commons seat as the political map in Northern Ireland was redrawn.
More than 100 victims of IRA violence have written to Jeremy Corbyn demanding that he and John McDonnell meet them.
For our General Election series, SNP's Ian Blackford writes that, the 12th December is "Scotland's chance to demand better, end austerity, escape Brexit and shut the Tory party out of Scotland."
A majority of Britons would not mind if Northern Ireland left the UK so long as they got their preferred Brexit outcome, a new poll has found.
Boris Johnson will make an election pledge to amend the Human Rights Act in an effort to stop military veterans being prosecuted over killings that took place during The Troubles.
UK ministers have been urged to reconsider their opposition to drug consumption rooms in Scotland after the number deaths from substance abuse in the country reached an all-time high.
The DUP's Jim Shannon has downplayed speculation that his party could back Labour's bid to force a customs union on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal.
More often than not, opportunism rather than well-thought strategy is what makes for political success.
The deadline for Westminster legislation on abortion and same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland is fast approaching. Meanwhile Stormont remains in deadlock with an ongoing dispute over the Irish language. But is any return to power-sharing now wholly dependent on a successfully-worded Brexit compromise? Crossbench peer Lord Bew reports
Priti Patel has said it would be “unacceptable” for Northern Ireland to be treated any differently than the UK in a new Brexit deal.
A Queen's Speech is not required to answer the Brexit question, nor will it tackle the climate crisis or commit to devolved policing to Wales, writes Liz Saville Roberts MP.
Labour MPs who have vowed to back Boris Johnson's Brexit plans have been accused by their colleagues of putting the Northern Ireland peace process at risk.
Even if Boris Johnson were to soften his position on the ‘Irish backstop’ a time limit or exit clause is an unworkable position for the EU, writes Dods Monitoring’s Laura Hutchinson.
Boris Johnson's plan to break the Brexit deadlock is not "remotely" good enough to help secure a deal with Brussels, according to the European Parliament.
The DUP will never accept a Brexit deal that sees Northern Ireland signed up to different customs rules to the rest of the United Kingdom, Arlene Foster has warned Boris Johnson.
Labour’s achievements at a local level should be held up as examples of what a national Labour government would do, writes Dan Jarvis MP
A judge at the High Court in Belfast has thrown out claims that a no-deal Brexit would breach the Good Friday Agreement.
In the Highlands and Islands EU structural funds have been vital. As we get closer to a potential cliff-edge Brexit, the lack of details to allow communities to plan for the future is nothing short of alarming, writes Drew Hendry