May set out her six key commitments to Northern Ireland, pledging no hard border and "steadfast" support for the Belfast Agreement.Read the full story ›
Brexit talks have again stalled as Theresa May and EU leaders meet for crucial discussions about Britain's withdrawal from Europe.Read the full story ›
The Committee said it is impossible to reconcile withdrawal from the single market and the customs union with a "frictionless" border.Read the full story ›
The Government will not be able to rely on the votes of the DUP in Parliament for any Brexit deal that treats Northern Ireland differently..Read the full story ›
Ireland's European Commissioner urged the Prime Minister to change course from a hard Brexit hours after the DUP warned it was a red line.Read the full story ›
Northern Ireland will not accept a customs barrier separating it from the UK after Brexit, the DUP has warned Brussels.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen
Theresa May is hoping that her offer to double the divorce payment to around £40 billion will unblock talks - but she is facing pressure over a number of key issues still to be resolved.
Among the most troubled topics at home is that of the Irish border, as she is urged to make sure that physical checkpoints or barriers to free-flowing trade are not a legacy of the EU exit.
The leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists had warned the Republic and the EU not to try to blackmail the UK over the issue of the border.
Then there is EU citizens' rights. News at Ten understands the Government may allow the European Court of Justice some kind of role in protecting those rights, something that will go down badly with many Leave voters.
The child died on her injuries and another 14-year-old girl was injured after the buggy they were travelling in was involved in a car crash.Read the full story ›
The Scottish Football Association has made an official approach for Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill, Press Association Sport understands.
O'Neill has emerged as the leading contender to replace Gordon Strachan after guiding his team to the second round of Euro 2016 and the recent World Cup play-offs.
The ball is now in the court of the Irish Football Association, which has O'Neill under contract until the end of the next European Championship campaign.
Oliver Norwood hopes Northern Ireland's valiant display in Switzerland will persuade manager Michael O'Neill to remain at the helm.Read the full story ›