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Scottish Labour's former deputy leader Anas Sarwar has claimed he was "barred" from giving evidence at a "deeply flawed" probe into allegations of Islamophobia against him.
Talks aimed at restoring devolved government in Northern Ireland are to restart in the wake of the murder of journalist Lyra McKee.
The Government must urgently address the “grave” and “systemic” breaches of women’s rights flagged up in relation to Northern Ireland's abortion laws, MPs have warned.
Theresa May has condemned the "shocking and truly senseless" killing of a 29-year-old investigative reporter in what police have called a "terrorist incident" in Derry.
The current Cabinet has shown "the worst example of ill-discipline" in the history of British politics, the Government's own chief whip has said, as he hit out at Theresa May's Brexit strategy.
Doing the rounds on angry, Leave-supporting loyalist Twitter after the latest defeat of the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement was one of those songs clubs in east Belfast have reverberated to down the years; pub singer, dodgy backing accordion and mournful lyrics, that sort of thing.
Northern Ireland’s dangerous power vacuum would only be further aggravated by the reintroduction of Direct Rule. A jointly appointed ‘facilitator’ by the British and Irish governments may help overcome this impasse, writes Alf Dubs
Endless inquiries and new legacy proposals are not helping reconciliation in Northern Ireland. The only way forward is to have all-round amnesty for Troubles-related crimes, says Lord Bew
The £150m earmarked for dealing with the legacy of the Troubles would be better spent funding the needs of those bereaved and survivors, rather than pursuing convictions, says Lord Hain
Theresa May's beleaguered Brexit deal has received a rare boost as an arch-critic of the Northern Ireland backstop said she had secured "substantive changes" to the plan.
Nigel Dodds has warned Theresa May the DUP will never “waver” on the party’s Brexit red lines as she battles to persuade them to back her deal.
Britain will waive all checks at the Irish border and axe the vast majority of tariffs on imports to the UK under a no-deal Brexit, the Government has confirmed.
Plaid Cymru MP Jonathan Edwards writes ahead of today's Spring Statement outlining his party's key demands to rebalance the Welsh economy, build real infrastructure and boost skills.
Scottish Affairs Committee Chair Pete Wishart MP calls on the UK Government to make a cast-iron guarantee to involve the devolved administrations in all stages of negotiating post-Brexit trade deals, including having a seat at the negotiating table.
Many MPs have been vocal in their defence of the province’s central and integral place in the United Kingdom, yet curiously uninterested in its politics or the reality for people living there, writes Tony Grew
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley is continuing to battle calls for her resignation as she distanced herself from controversial comments on the Troubles as "not what I believe".
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley has been forced to apologise for comments she made about military killings during the Troubles.
Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley is facing calls to resign after appearing to suggest that deaths caused by British soldiers and police during the Troubles were "not crimes".
‘Investment in potential talent, training and recruitment can reap immense benefits for business and communities’, was a key theme at the Sellafield Ltd sponsored New Statesman Northern Powerhouse Conference in Leeds.
Labour MP Caroline Flint writes ahead of her Westminster Hall debate on Transport for towns.
Theresa May has risked a backlash from eurosceptic MPs after she appeared to rule out the possibility of scrapping the Irish backstop from her Brexit deal with the EU.
Lord Trimble is to take the Government to court in a bid to scrap the Irish backstop, claiming it breaches the Good Friday Agreement he helped to negotiate.
Plaid Cymru’s Westminster Leader writes: "The Prime Minister must stop pandering to extreme Brexiteers in her own party and begin negotiating instead with those of us in Parliament who are willing to find common ground where it exists".
Ireland's deputy prime minister has accused Theresa May of "wishful thinking" over her calls for the Brexit deal to be re-negotiated.