As the UK begins the process of leaving the EU, major topics of discussion were Ireland and the rights of EU citizens in Britain.Read the full story ›
The Irish Taoiseach and British Prime Minister reiterate their commitment to maintaining good relations as the Brexit negotiations begin.Read the full story ›
The government will push back the ceremonial address as it continues to thrash out its policy plans as part of talks to return to power.Read the full story ›
GPs are renewing calling for post-Brexit assurances for EU doctors in the UK amid fears 3.5m patients could be left without a family doctor.Read the full story ›
Sinn Féin has met with the Electoral Commission to discuss its concerns over a controversial Brexit donation of around £425,000 made to the DUP during last year's referendum campaign.
The money came from pro-Brexit group the Constitutional Research Council and more than half of it was spent on a double-page ad in the Metro newspaper, which is not published in Northern Ireland.
The CRC is chaired by Richard Cook, a businessman and a former vice chairman of the Scottish Conservatives.
However, there are concerns from the DUP’s political opponents that three donors associated with the CRC have not been named by the party.
The DUP has hit back saying that the row over the so-called ‘dark money’ is an attempt to reheat an old story.
As UTV Deputy Political Editor Tracey Magee reports, a spokesman for the Electoral Commission said it is not currently investigating the party.
Britain and the EU are on a collision course over the timetable of Brexit negotiations and details over a deal on citizens' rights.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister has urged politicians in Northern Ireland to come together to reach an agreement over a return to power-sharing.Read the full story ›
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has assured business owners there will be answers to the border problem if the will exists.Read the full story ›
Tony Blair has said a deal on the future of the border with Northern Ireland is the best way to limit damage from Brexit.Read the full story ›
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