The Irish Government’s decision to meet Gerry Adams after the IRA ceasefire showed “indecent haste”, British government officials said.
Northern Ireland’s pro-Remain political leaders have warned Donald Tusk of “grave concerns” about the trajectory towards a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson was warned not be the DUP’s gopher as he faced claims of bias on his first visit to Northern Ireland as Prime Minister.
The Irish Taoiseach is engaging in “project fear”-style rhetoric over a united Ireland after Brexit, the DUP leader said.
Boris Johnson has insisted a dinner with the DUP has not undermined his impartiality in efforts to restore Stormont powersharing.
Boris Johnson is to hold talks with Northern Ireland’s political leaders as he bids to inject fresh impetus to faltering efforts to restore powersharing.
Sinn Fein’s vice president said her party won’t agree to a deal to restore the powersharing government unless it includes the extension of same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland.
Ireland’s foreign affairs minister has accused Boris Johnson of making comments designed to set the UK on a collision course with the Republic and the European Union.
Northern Ireland’s new Secretary of State has held a series of separate meetings with the five main parties in Belfast.
Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin has said it is “scandalous” that powersharing in Northern Ireland is not up and running as Brexit looms.
A Sinn Fein politician has said he would be nervous about agreeing to a Northern Ireland-only backstop, in case it sent the wrong message to the Conservative Party.