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EU 'not seeking political victory' in Northern Ireland Brexit dispute
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EU threatens legal action over UK move to change Northern Ireland deal
Britain's government unveiled a draft law to unilaterally alter the Northern Ireland Protocol on Monday.
Five UK arguments for changing the Northern Ireland Protocol
The UK government intends to introduce a law to override the Northern Ireland Protocol, part of the Brexit divorce deal painstakingly struck with the EU.
Thousands of Unionists mark Northern Ireland's centenary in Belfast
The celebrations marking a hundred years since a 1921 agreement ended the Irish War of Independence and partitioned the island were held one year later due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A move 300 years in the making: UK takes steps to recognise the Irish language
Belfast is split over moves for the UK to recognise the Irish language.
Rapists could go unpunished under N. Ireland bill, victims groups warn
Amnesty International says it creates a two-tier justice system and allows grave human rights violations committed during the Northern Ireland conflict to occur with impunity.
UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override Brexit treaty
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told Euronews the UK is wrong if it thinks overriding the Northern Ireland Protocol would not provoke a trade war with the EU.
Explained: What is the Northern Ireland Protocol?
The EU and the UK continue to be at loggerheads over the special trade arrangement.
EU hits back after UK moves to change post-Brexit trade rules
London insists the planned legislation would not break international law.
Johnson battles on two fronts as N Ireland deal returns to haunt him
The UK prime minister heads to Belfast on Monday at loggerheads with unionists and the EU over the protocol he negotiated in order to secure Brexit.
Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rule
The Democratic Unionist Party's move deepens Northern Ireland's political deadlock, which is fueling a UK-EU feud.
'Question marks over Northern Ireland's place in EU's single market'
It comes amid a long-running dispute between London and Brussels over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Scholz warns UK against 'unilateral' change to N Ireland Brexit accord
London says the deal is "not tenable" in its current form and Northern Irish unionists are refusing to take part in a power-sharing administration unless it is scrapped.
How will Sinn Fein's win in Northern Ireland impact Brexit?
The historic vote in Northern Ireland was succeeded by well-rehearsed accusations of inflexibility from both Brussels and London.
Sinn Fein seals historic Northern Ireland election win
Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Fein's Vice President, called it a "historic day" and said the party would "work hard for everyone."
What is at stake as voters head to polls in elections across the UK?
Thursday's local elections are seen as a major test for PM Boris Johnson and his ruling Conservatives.
Could Sinn Fein win the most seats in Northern Ireland’s election?
It's possible that Sinn Fein, the cross-Ireland republican party, may win Northern Ireland’s assembly elections, due to be held on Thursday.
Irish foreign minister moved from Belfast event over security alert
Local media have reported that a van had been hijacked and the driver was forced at gunpoint to drive to the Houben Centre where Coveney was speaking.
EU citizens to face stricter border rules in Ireland after UK vote
New travel rules mean non-Irish EU citizens will have to apply to travel across the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Post-Brexit Northern Ireland protocol is legal, says Belfast court
The decision is a setback for unionists who see the agreement as a threat to their place in the UK.
Northern Ireland government formally apologises to child abuse victims
The formal apology came more than five years after an inquiry into historical abuse at church institutions.
Northern Irish police accused of collusion in murders during Troubles
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has apologised to victims' families after the ombudsman report.
Northern Ireland first minister resigns amid post-Brexit discontent
Paul Givan was expected to hand in his resignation by the end of the week.
Judge rejects stopping Northern Ireland post-Brexit border controls
It is unclear whether or not this order will be followed, with some within the DUP arguing that the administration is under a legal obligation to carry them out.
Londonderry: Families march, remember "Bloody Sunday" victims
People are marching throught the streets of Londonderry in Northern Ireland on Sunday to commemorate 50 years since British paratroopers opened fire and killed 13 Catholic demonstrators taking part in a peaceful civil rights protest.
Northern Ireland marks 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday massacre
Hundreds made their way to the Bloody Sunday Monument for the annual memorial service and wreath-laying ceremony, carrying pictures of the victims and flowers in their memory.
One step at a time: UK-EU talks resume to unlock post-Brexit stalemate
EU officials hope the British foreign secretary now leading UK negotiations can help unblock deadlocked talks as they resume on Thursday.