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View from Stormont episode 272
That decision to remove senior members of the East Belfast UVF; what will it mean to the local community?
The Sinn Fein President sets out her party's ambition to be in government on both sides of the border.
Calls for the Secretary of State to step in and help those financially stranded by last week's flooding.
We have a special report from Sarah McKinley on how foodbanks here continue to play a vital role for many families.
So bad is the cost of childcare here that some women are choosing not to have a second child or return to work.
Paul Clark presents episode 266 of View from Stormont
Our political correspondent Vicki Hawthorne is at the Labour Party conference and Eden Wilson reports on the DUP's negotiations with the UK governement
Our Political Editor will have the very latest from the Tory conference in Manchester - as well as an extended sit down interview with the Secretary of State.
The DUP may continue to oppose the Windsor Framework but in a few days it becomes reality here.
We hear the concerns of local people over the state of Lough Neagh and the damage being done by toxic blue-green algae.
After a very public slapdown from the Secretary of State, are relationships deteriorating between the British and Irish Governments?
With little sign of an Executive returning any time soon, we reflect on what's likely to happen in the weeks and months ahead with an expert panel.
Sara O'Kane has a special report from Fermanagh where she talks to those struggling to make ends meet with no end in sight for the cost of living crisis.
After the Commons vote which saw just seven MPs side with Boris Johnson, could this be the end of the former Prime Minister's political career?
We ask if any sort of agreement can be found on how we remember the dead of the troubles.
A special report from Eden Wilson. She examines modern life south of the border. She hears how society has been changing.
Jordan Moates reports on how the wider economy here is being impacted by the savage cuts to the Stormont budget.
Just what will be the fall out from the local government elections as Sinn Fein take the top spot and the DUP hold their ground.?
The latest in our series of interviews with the party leaders.
The starkest Stormont budget in a very long time! Just how much damage will it do to our public services?
Just what, if anything, can be done to improve the state of the public finances at Stormont?
George Mitchell, the the man who chaired the peace talks, says politicians here should work together to ensure the mistakes of the past are not repeated.
President Joe Biden tells young people here America is with you all the way as he reflects on how life here has changed and how important democracy is.
The SDLP, the TUV and the Greens held their annual conferences. You'll hear from all three party leaders: Colum Eastwood, Jim Allister and Mal O'Hara.
We hear from Sir Jeffrey Donaldson on why his party has taken the decision it has as he says key issues still need to be addressed.
The Saint Patrick's celebrations are well underway in the US and many of our political leaders are there. Tracey Magee will have the very latest from Washington
It's a very clear "no" to the Windsor Framework from the TUV - but what will the DUP do?
Tracey Magee will be speaking at length to DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson.
Jordan Moates is in Brussels and he'll be talking to Politico's Suzanne Lynch. We'll also have the thoughts of our Political Editor Tracey Magee.
Micheál Martin says his government and the EU understand the concerns of unionists over the Protocol and want a deal that will resolve the issues.
With more movement reported from Brussels, can a protocol a deal be done? And if it is will it be blown off course by Tory hardliners?
An in-depth report from Jordan Moates on our political stagnation and the ongoing impasse over the protocol.
A special report from Jordan Moates on how the paramailitareis are using the cost of living crisis to increase their grip on those in debt to them.
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson tells us he will stand over any protocol deal that meets the DUP's seven tests.
No end in sight to the problems facing the NHS but can any resolutions be found?
It's been a rollercoaster of a political year. The fall of Stormont, and, in London - three Prime Ministers. @MSterling27 looks back at the past twelve months.
MLAs will soon see a sharp reduction in their wages, but Chris Heaton-Harris cannot confirm when the £600 energy bailout money will be paid to families here.
An indepth interview with the head of the Civil Service. Jayne Brady tells Paul Reilly difficult decisions lie ahead.
Legislation has been introduced to give the Secretary of State power to cut the salaries of MLAs, and extend the period to re-form an Executive.
We examine the likely impact on Northern Ireland of what's coming down the financial tracks this Thursday.
No election; no Stormont; and so far, no plan on the way forward. Tonight - a special report on just how polarised society here is becoming.
An election looks all but certain, but a climbdown from the Secretary of State means we don't have a date.
Rishi Sunak takes the top job in government saying the country needs unity and stability.
The new Chancellor warns of tough decisions, as he sets out his financial statement on the way ahead.
Protocol talks have restarted between the UK and EU but the DUP leader continues to insist there will be no Executive until the Irish Sea border is dealt with.
Liz Truss says she wants a negotiated settlement on the protocol. But what if that doesn't happen? We have an extended sit-down interview with the PM
Paul chats to UTV's Tracey Magee, business commentator Jamie Delargy, political commentator Ken Reid, Bel Tel Suzanne Breen and Belfast Live's Brendan Hughes.
Guests and political editor Tracey Magee commentary on the death of the Queen, the cost of living crisis and a report from Eden Wilson
We examine the local issues which will be demanding the new Prime Minister's attention.
We're in a "social emergency", the dire warning from a poverty expert as the cost of living crisis shows no sign of abating.
As the second reading of the Protocol bill concludes, we have analysis from @Tracey_utv, as well as gauging reaction from the DUP and Sinn Féin
Some moves afoot among the four largest parties at Stormont, to prepare for an Executive - if and when it might return.
We'll hear from Northern Ireland Minister, @ConorBurnsUK , who is in Washington. He denies the move is taking place to placate the DUP.
The Prime Minister has survived tonight's no confidence vote but 148 Tory MP's voted against him so how long might Boris Johnson survive as PM?
The recall of the Assembly has been described as a stunt. So what's likely to happen next?
The latest legacy proposals from the government remain controversial. But, do they have any merit?
Just how much damage is being done, every day that there is no functioning Executive?
The election is over, the fate of the new Assembly is unclear, but will a deal be reached to get it back up and running?
We talk to some of those affected by price hikes in many sectors of the economy.
@Eden_UTV reports on the crisis facing all aspects of our health system. We hear from the five largest parties on what they would do to fix it.
It is just over a month until Northern Ireland votes in the Assembly elections.
And as the war in Ukraine continues, we talk to the Northern Ireland veteran war correspondent @BillNeelyReport.
As Finance Minister Conor Murphy calls for action to tackle the huge rise in fuel and energy prices, we talk to many of those directly affected.
We're in Washington assessing the mood there ahead of Saint Patrick's Day.
There was a plan for our peace walls to be down by next year. Jordan Moates asks if that could happen.
We're joined by the SDLP MP Claire Hanna and Alliance MP Stephen Farry.
Fresh legislation has been passed in Westminster to keep Stormont going in shadow form.
A poll published has revealed that one in five of us does not know who to vote for in the upcoming Assembly Election.
An exclusive sit down interview with the Secretary of State Brandon Lewis
The long awaited Sue Gray report has finally been published, plus some old wounds are being re-opened in the DUP
We take a look at Doug Beattie's apology for "historic tweets" amongst other issues.
Just months before the Assembly election, a political row develops over government plans to re-introduce double-jobbing.
The first show of 2022 examines the tense backdrop for this week’s Protocol talks.
As the First Minister warns of an Omicron storm, Vicki Hawthorne speaks to the chair of the BMA council in Northern Ireland and ITV News Political Correspondent
On This week's View From Stormont, artist Colin Davidson paints a grim picture of the government’s legacy proposals.
What can be done to minimise the impact of the new Covid variant?
With reinforced messaging around Covid guidelines, we look at the potential impact on lives and livelihoods in the run-up to Christmas.
Should Covid passports be mandatory and how would they work in practice?
Reaction and expert opinion from senior figures on the PUP announcement and its warning over the Protocol.
A special programme examines the talking being done at Cop26 and whether it will translate into any meaningful action in Northern Ireland.
We’re in Glasgow as world leaders gather on day one of the COP26 climate change summit.
We examine the variation in Covid restrictions across the UK as infection rates remain stubbornly high in Northern Ireland
In light of the EU’s proposals to adjust the NI protocol is there a clear endgame in sight?
This week we ask if our hospitals which have been operating in crisis mode for a long time will be able to cope with sustained winter pressures.
Analysis and key interviews as unionist leaders present a united front against the Protocol at the Conservative Conference
Executive Ministers have agreed to end social distancing in shops and theatres but have rejected SDLP calls for mandatory vaccine passports.
Battle lines emerge between Sinn Féin and the DUP over how to end Covid restrictions.
As Stormont's return is overshadowed by DUP threats of collapse over the Protocol we have a comprehensive interview with the DUP leader
As a new political term gets underway, we take an in-depth look at the major challenges facing the Executive
The Protocol is back in the spotlight as Sir Jeffrey Donaldson formally takes over the leadership of the DUP.
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson is set to be the new leader of the DUP, taking over from Edwin Poots who was forced to resign after only three weeks in the top job.
As a stalemate over Irish language legislation threatens the future of power-sharing could an early election be on the cards?
The upheaval in the DUP deepens as the party is hit by further resignations.
A comprehensive interview with the new DUP deputy leader. Plus we speak to Sinn Fein MLA Conor Murphy and the EU Commissioner Mairead McGuinness
As a new poll suggests support for the DUP is slumping, all eyes are on the new leader and how he will deal with the challenges ahead.
How will Edwin Poots steer the DUP when he takes over as party leader and will he be able to undo Northern Ireland protocol?
We ask if there is a crisis within political unionism as another party leader is forced out?
The DUP is in unchartered territory as it prepares to elect a new leader but what will it mean for the future direction of politics here?