His unlikely friendship with Ian Paisley became iconic for my generation. If an establishment preacher who once heckled the Pope could develop a true and tender relationship with a former IRA commander, then the rest of us had no excuse for clinging to prejudice and division
Former Deputy First Minister says he is ‘not in any physical state to fight such a campaign’
Exclusive: Northern Irish politician says Labour leader fears criticism will re-emerge that he has Republican sympathies
A snap election will be held on 2nd March
Departure set to trigger Assembly elections
Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster strongly denies claims she was responsible for a government scheme which saw £140m of public funds apparently misspent
Comments by a Sinn Fein politician following Brexit court ruling appeared to suggest the Republican party could reverse its long-held abstentionist policy to vote against Article 50 in Westminster
Theresa May’s efforts to involve the leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in her Brexit plan have fallen flat after Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, branded them "deeply frustrating".