Husband of woman who died after car fire charged with murder
The husband of a woman who died after being pulled from a burning car has been charged with her murder, a court has heard.
BBC to show Women's Euro 2022 draw
The draw to finalise the groups for the Women's Euro 2022 tournament will be broadcast live on BBC One later this month, Uefa and The FA have confirmed.
EU-UK talks, fishing threat kick Brexit back into high gear
The Brexit brawl kicked into high gear Friday on sticking points over Northern Ireland and French fishing, coming almost a year after a deal on a free trade agreement was supposed to have officially sealed the separation between the European Union and the United Kingdom.
People in Northern Ireland are sick of politics - they just want the protocol fixed | Sarah Creighton
eing from Northern Ireland is exhausting. Being from Northern Ireland and experiencing Brexit is maddening.
EU must shift on European court powers to reach deal, says Lord Frost
Brexit minister Lord Frost said that the EU must make a "significant" concession on the European Court of Justice if there is to be a deal over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
The Guardian view on GPs: ministers are playing a vicious game | Editorial
ith breathtaking cynicism, Boris Johnson and Sajid Javid have taken a campaign by the Tory-supporting Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday and turned it into government policy.
UK minister failed to ensure abortion services in Northern Ireland, judge rules
Northern Ireland secretary, Brandon Lewis failed to comply with his duties to provide full abortion services in the region, a High Court judge has ruled.
Lord Frost heads to Brussels to kick off Northern Ireland Brexit talks
Intensive talks to revise the Northern Ireland Brexit deal will get underway in Brussels on Friday - amid growing speculation that the two sides could close in on a compromise.
Police seized firearm from home of ex-Royal Marines chief days before his death
Police seized a licensed firearm from the home of the former head of the Royal Marines just days before his death.
James Brokenshire: Conservative MP who left his mark on politics
James Brokenshire was the Conservative MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup and a popular figure among his constituents and parliamentary colleagues.