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Ministers have denied leaving Northern Ireland out of a key bill that could have paved the way for abortion reform for fear of upsetting the DUP.
The EU will not accept any fresh changes to the Northern Ireland backstop to save Theresa May's Brexit deal, Ireland's deputy Prime Minister has warned Britain.
A no-deal Brexit could cause the break-up of the United Kingdom, a senior minister has warned.
The army may need to be deployed to secure the Irish border if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal, Ireland’s Prime Minister has warned.
It is "pretty obvious" that no-deal Brexit will lead to a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, the European Commission's chief spokesperson has said.
Plaid Cymru's Westminster leader Liz Saville Roberts writes that the Prime Minister's Stoke speech "shows a disregard for Wales, devolution and democracy, but today’s Brexit mess extends much beyond one dishonest speech".
Theresa May was forced to axe part of her last-ditch Brexit plea after it was found that her voting record undermined a comparison she was due to make with the Welsh Assembly referendum.
Senior ministers have discussed the prospect of the break-up of the United Kingdom if there is a no-deal Brexit, PoliticsHome has learned.
Alex Salmond has won his legal case against the Scottish government after it admitted that officials had mishandled sexual harassment claims against him.
Nigel Dodds has warned Theresa May that the DUP continues to have "principled objections" to her Brexit plans, less than two weeks before a crucial Commons vote on the deal she struck with Brussels.
The first ever female MP, Constance Markievicz, was elected to the House of Commons 100 years ago but didn’t take her seat as she was a member of the Northern Irish republican party, Sinn Féin. It took over 80 years to elect the party’s second Westminster MP, Michelle Gildernew. To mark the anniversary, we spoke to the Gildernew about Markievicz’s legacy and what it’s like following in her footsteps.
A fresh legal row has broken out between the UK and Scottish governments after both sides claimed victory following a Supreme Court ruling on post-Brexit powers.
If devolution is going to improve economic performance, then government boundaries should relate to modern day economic realities, writes Clive Betts
Jeremy Corbyn has congratulated Mark Drakeford after he won the Welsh Labour leadership contest to become the next first minister of the country.
Theresa May today said MPs could get a veto over whether the UK enters the controversial Brexit backstop she agreed with Brussels.
As the DUP gathers for its annual conference in Belfast this weekend, Andrew McQuillan notes what a difference a year makes.
Theresa May’s agreement with the DUP “remains in place” despite a major rebellion over the Budget, Downing Street has said.
At least 40 Tory MPs are set to vote against Theresa May today in a bid to force her to publish crucial legal advice on Brexit.
The Head of the Armed Forces has said he is “uncomfortable” at the prospect of personally being investigated as part of the probe into killings during the Troubles.
DUP MPs will not shy away from voting down Theresa May’s Brexit deal even if it forces a general election, the party’s chief whip has said.
Dominic Raab has urged Theresa May to insist the UK must be able to pull out of any backstop deal on the Irish border after three months, it has been reported.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has said a Brexit breakthrough on the Northern Irish border could be ‘close’, following a meeting with Dominic Raab in Belfast today.
The state of the NHS in Wales is often used as a political football during debate at Westminster. But Vaughan Gething says the “political carpet bombing” of the health service is nothing new. As the Welsh Health Secretary vies to become the next First Minister, can he convince voters he is the candidate for renewal? He speaks to Nicholas Mairs
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has revealed that she has given birth to a boy.