Arlene Foster has said she had a “useful discussion” with Theresa May and confirmed the party will support the Prime Minister in Wednesday’s confidence vote.
Arlene Foster has urged the Prime Minister to go back to Europe and seek a better deal.
Parliament has acted in the best interests of the entire United Kingdom by rejecting Theresa May’s withdrawal deal, the Democratic Unionist leader has claimed.
The DUP has demanded an explanation from the Prime Minister after she warned that a no-deal Brexit could spark “changes to everyday life in Northern Ireland” that jeopardised the union.
The DUP has refused to give ground on its border backstop opposition during a “robust and very frank” meeting with Ireland’s deputy premier.
Ireland’s deputy premier has denied meddling in UK politics, insisting he has an obligation to challenge those “misrepresenting” what the Brexit deal contains.
The Democratic Unionists have rejected fresh Government assurances on the Irish border backstop as “cosmetic and meaningless”.
The Good Friday peace agreement could become unsalvageable, Sinn Fein has said.
Parents are buying about £60 worth of supplies per school child every month to plug an education funding gap following the collapse of Stormont powersharing, a principal said.
The Democratic Unionist Party has stepped up its opposition to the “toxic” Brexit deal.
Powersharing in Northern Ireland should be in place to protect people’s interests as Brexit draws closer, the Sinn Fein leader has said.
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has called for clarity about what concessions the Prime Minister is seeking from the EU.
As I sit poised over my keyboard, this normally mild mannered and reasonable man is angry and the end of his tether is nigh. Who is finding it hard to extend feelings of goodwill to his fellow men and women. Not, I hasten to add, to you dear reader. But to 650 of our fellow citizens who sit in the House of Commons.
Arlene Foster has warned the Prime Minister not to roll over in the face of EU intransigence.
Arlene Foster has warned Theresa May that tinkering around the edges of the withdrawal deal will not be enough to win her support.
Ian Paisley is facing fresh calls to quit amid claims the DUP MP failed to declare another luxury holiday to parliamentary authorities.
The DUP is to investigate claims MP Ian Paisley failed to declare another luxury holiday to parliamentary authorities.
Theresa May could be forced to stand down as Prime Minister if her Brexit deal is defeated in the Commons next week, a Tory former leader has warned.
Unionist parties in Northern Ireland have expressed outrage at the selection by Sinn Fein as a candidate of a former MP who was accused of mocking Troubles victims.
A no-deal Brexit could lead to six months of chaos on key cross-Channel routes, according to the latest Government assessment.
The Government’s confidence and supply agreement with the DUP continues, Theresa May’s effective deputy has said.
The Brexit deal obtained from Brussels by Theresa May is similar to the conditions that might be imposed on the defeated side in a war, Boris Johnson has said.
Theresa May will deploy ministers to sell her Brexit deal around the UK on Friday after Tory backbenchers handed her a possible lifeline to get it through Parliament.
Theresa May has been given a glimmer of hope over the Brexit deal vote after a group of Tory backbenchers tabled an amendment that would give MPs some control over the controversial Northern Ireland border backstop.
A former DUP Stormont minister secretly recorded a “personal and private” conversation with senior party colleagues about a botched green energy scheme, written evidence has revealed.
Prime Minister Theresa May has signalled that MPs could be given the power to decide whether the UK goes into a controversial Brexit backstop arrangement regarding the Northern Irish border.
Theresa May has been given a stark warning that her premiership could be ended if she ploughs ahead with her Brexit deal.
The UK Government must today publish its “final and full” legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal after MPs forced its hand in a humiliating Commons defeat.
The Prime Minister has rejected claims by Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster that she has “given up” on getting a better Brexit deal.
A prominent Northern Ireland business leader has insisted the sector is “nobody’s puppets”.
Theresa May faces an uphill battle to get enough MPs to back her Brexit deal, even after winning the support of every EU leader.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has warned Britain cannot expect to get a better Brexit deal if Parliament rejects the agreement hammered out by Theresa May.