'They stopped it on top of my leg so I started screaming... You have to laugh really,' says Chris Meehan
The Iraq war, due to be scrutinised in next week’s Chilcot report, was the last great test of the British political establishment before Brexit – and one that it demonstrably failed
'My advice is if you are entitled to second passport then take one. I sign off lots of applications for constituents,' says Mr Paisley
Britain voting to leave the EU presents a 'significant and material' change in circumstances, says former SNP leader Alex Salmond
Almost a third believe on-the-job training and apprenticeships offer better career prospects - not a university education
The 24-year-old man's death was believed to be accidental
An investigation by the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland found that police informants may have been involved
The man is in a 'critical condition' and childrens' conditions are not yet known
The Brexit campaign has made much of its ties to the Commonwealth, particularly its richest members. But it doesn’t take a great leap of imagination to see that a break up of Britain could sever what remains of their umbilical cords
There is a civic duty to obey a just law, but there is a moral duty to disobey an unjust law
Pro-life groups say abortion pills have ‘unpleasant side effects’. All the priesthood wants is a bit of health and safety. Is that so wrong?
Democratic Unionist leader, Arlene Foster, has praised her party’s 'tremendous' performance
Everything you need to know about Thursday's Northern Irish election
Unlike the rest of the UK, it is a criminal offence in Northern Ireland to have an abortion or to help someone else to have one
"We appreciate that abortion is a devolved issue, however human rights are not a devolved issue"