Hairdressers and outdoor attractions reopened on April 23, with further lockdown restrictions to be eased by the Executive on April 30
Ministers will introduce a statute of limitations so no one can be charged over incidents up to the 1998 Good Friday agreement - except for cases involving war crimes, genocide or torture.
Outdoor hospitality and shops have now reopened in Northern Ireland as lockdown measures are eased
Peace process cannot be taken for granted, monarch says
Queen Elizabeth II has stressed the need for “reconciliation, equality and mutual understanding” as she sent her “warmest best wishes” to the people of Northern Ireland to mark what is widely considered to be its centenary
LONDON (AP) - Northern Ireland marked what is widely considered to be its centenary on Monday, with Queen Elizabeth II stressing the need for “reconciliation, equality and mutual understanding” as she sent her “warmest good wishes” to its people. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, on a visit to London,
Monarch says ‘continued peace’ is ‘credit to its people’ and speaks of ‘treasured memories’ of visits with Philip
Ciaran Martin criticises post-Brexit attempts to ‘redesign’ UK based on old notion of English sovereignty
In Enniskillen for a long time, the unionists kept winning. Now the feeling is of Britishness being lost
Letter from four former secretaries of state says Brexit’s damage to peace process must be addressed
Lola Petticrew plays a pregnant schoolgirl whose mum faces prosecution after buying abortion pills.
Sacked Johnny Mercer was among hundreds of military veterans who protested in Central London today over the government's failure to protect troops accused of crimes in Northern Ireland.