Fake letters purporting to be from the SDLP leader, seeking financial support for an indebted Westminster campaign, have been sent to voters.
If Arlene Foster is “concerned” about checks on goods between the mainland and Northern Ireland, she should not have “championed Brexit”, Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald has said.
The General Election is an opportunity to punish Sinn Fein for failing to take seats at Stormont and Westminster, the SDLP leader said.
Sinn Fein has called for a just and sustainable powersharing administration at Stormont.
Sinn Fein’s voice is being heard “loud and clear” despite pledging not to take its Westminster seats, the party leader said.
Growth in a resurgent United Ireland would quickly replace British Government funding, Sinn Fein’s deputy leader said.
The window of opportunity to restore devolved government in Northern Ireland is “closing rapidly”, the Alliance Party leader has warned.
Arlene Foster has called for the resumption of negotiations with Sinn Fein after the General Election in a bid to break the Stormont impasse over the Irish language.
Arlene Foster says she has no regrets over not temporarily stepping down as first minister to avoid the collapse of powersharing.
Sinn Fein’s president has declined to condemn the IRA’s attempted murder of DUP leader Arlene Foster’s late father.
Arlene Foster has challenged Sinn Fein to condemn IRA murder bids against both her late father and the DUP’s deputy leader.