Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire said the process could not continue
The Prime Minister will have to negotiate on security, the divorce payment, immigration and the 'deal or no deal' scenario
The soft drink giant says the incident at its factory in Lisburn was an isolated one
While Scotland would be forced to join back of the queue, a united Ireland would not need to reapply for membership, says David Davis
'Today we have come to the end of the road,' leader Michelle O'Neill says
Mr McGuinness’s nephew Ordhan read a passage from Ecclesiastes 3:3, which included the tribute, ‘a time to kill and a time to heal’, in apparent acknowledgement of his uncle’s involvement in both violent conflict and peace process
Former IRA commander, who renounced violence and became one of the leading figures in the Northern Irish peace process, died in the early hours of Tuesday morning
Statesman led a dramatic life, experiencing three decades of violence before embracing political solution and declaring ‘my war is over’ in 2002
McGuinness was prepared to bomb and kill to drive the British out, but he was also an incorruptible, church-going Catholic and a loyal family man
Former Sinn Fein leader retired from politics in January on health grounds after being taken ill with a rare heart condition
Scottish, Northern Irish, even Welsh independence might well be a great idea, but they are views May doesn’t traditionally hold until after losing a referendum on the matter
Tourism-related businesses in Northern Ireland pay 20 per cent VAT, compared with 9 per cent by their counterparts in the Republic
The Brexit Secretary David Davis has stunned MPs by admitting the Government has done no economic assessment of the possible effects of crashing out of the EU with "no deal".
Parties have less than two weeks to reach an agreement and stop direct rule being imposed from London
Sinn Fein has called for a referendum on the issue 'as soon as possible'
Who can blame Nicola Sturgeon, the SNP, and the Scottish people as a whole for their sense of grievance that they are being denied a meaningful voice on Brexit?